VASIEValue Added Software Information for Europe (European Software Institute)
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Another concern about the reasoning in Vasie is that it suggests a corollary argument--that it is possible to value everything in monetary terms, because in economic theory everything has a price and can be bought and sold.
(31) See, eg, Vasie (2005) 11 VR 380, 383, 386 (Nettle JA), where the Victorian Court of Appeal considered the ACT Supreme Court's decision in Fisher v Bennett (1987) 85 FLR 469, but ultimately, elected not to follow it.
(159) See also Robert C Evans, 'Case and Comment: R v Vasie' (2006) 30 Criminal Law Journal 47.