WASCA

AcronymDefinition
WASCAWestern Australian School Canteen Association (est. 1994)
WASCAWavefront Aberration-Supported Corneal Ablation
WASCAWorking Australian Shepherd Club of Alberta (Canada)
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126) Western Australia v JWRL (a child) [2010] WASCA 179.
177) Davies, Bell and Brereton, above n 120, 427, citing Bittugeig v Universal Terminal and Stevedoring Corp [1972] VR 626; D'Ath v TNT Australia Ply Ltd [1992] Ltd R 369; ICI Australian Operations Pty Ltd v Kidde-Graviner Ltd [1999] WASCA 65; Porter v Bonojero Pty Ltd [2000] VSC 265.
76) The facts of this case are well described by Owen JA in Brennan v The State of Western Australia [2010] WASCA 19 (15 February 2010) along with the reasons for decision of the State Administrative Tribunal in Western Australia involving the Legal Profession Complaints Committee in Legal Profession Complaints Committee and Damien Gerard Brennan [2010] WASAT 46 (7 April 2010) (Chaney J, Pritchard J and Member Gillett).
62) See Western Australia v Rayney [2013] WASCA 219, [335] and following for a detailed discussion.
See Tomkinson v Weir & Anor, [1999] WADC 79, aff'd [2001] WASCA 77.
This passage was cited with Approval in paharpur Cooling Towers v Paramount (WA) Lid [2008] WASCA 110 (13 May 2008).
See also Electricity Generation Corporation T/As Verve Energy v Woodside Energy Ltd [2011] WASC 268; Electricity Generation Corporation T/As Verve Energy v Woodside Energy Ltd [2013] WASCA 36, [23] (McLure P), [150] (Murphy JA).
Krijestorac v Western Australia [2010] WASCA 35, [17]-[19] (Wheeler JA).
55) SAT is not a court but an administrative tribunal, even when constituted by a judicial member: Mustac v Medical Board of Western Australia [2007] WASCA 28, [48]; Hartwig v Builders' Registration Board of Western Australia [2009] WASCA 138, [26].
See also R v Banens (Unreported, Supreme Court of South Australia, Full Court, King CJ, Legoe and von Doussa JJ, 18 November 1987) 6-8; Heilig v Cabiness [2011] FMCAfam 97 (2 March 2011) 24-7 [30] (Altobelli FM), citing R v Greene [2001] NSWCCA 258 (29 June 2001) [16] (Howie J); R v Glen (Unreported, Supreme Court of New South Wales, Court of Criminal Appeal, Grove and Simpson JJ and Loveday AJ, 19 December 1994) 9 (Simpson J); R v Dunn (2004) 144 A Crim R 180, 195 [47] (Adams J); R v Devine (Unreported, Supreme Court of Tasmania, Underwood J, 5 July 1993); R v Edigarov (2001) 125 A Crim R 551, 558 [41] (Wood CJ at CL); R v Rowe (1996) 89 A Crim R 467, 472-3 (Hunt CJ at CL); R v Berry (2000) 32 MVR 405, 410 [32] (James J); Gallegos v R [1999] WASCA 191 (6 October 1999) [28] (Malcolm CJ).
See also, ClarkvR; Forge vR [2004] WASCA 217 where the Western Australian Court of Criminal Appeal, following Peters, rejected an argument that the trial judge should have given the jury a long and detailed direction.