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Diet, Injections, and Injunctions

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You may have thought it sucked that California’s Senate advanced a bill to do away with personal belief objections to vaccines, but at the national level, Florida Rep. 318 more words

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Why CG v Facebook Ireland et al might be less odd than anticipated… On Internet intermediaries and monitoring obligations

CG v Facebook Ireland and Joseph McCloskey delivered on 20/02/2015 by the High Court of Justice in Northern Ireland has not always been warmly welcome… in particular by those concerned about the roles and responsibilities of Internet intermediaries in relation to distribution and access to information. 1,230 more words

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Contract - Implied terms - Frustration - Injunction - Extrinsic evidence of intention

Codelfa Construction Pty Ltd v State Rail Authority of NSW HCA 24; (1982) 149 CLR 337 (11 May 1982).

http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/cases/cth/HCA/1982/24.html

“Contract – Construction – Implied terms – Frustration – Contract to carry out excavations for rail authority – Completion required by certain date – Contractor working three shifts seven days per week – Injunction granted to third party restraining contractor from working at certain times – Whether implied term of contract that authority would grant reasonable extension of time and indemnify contractor against additional costs occasioned by grant of injunction – Whether injunction frustrated contract – Extrinsic evidence of intention. 285 more words

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Codelfa Construction Pty Ltd v State Rail Authority of NSW [1982] HCA 24 | 11 May 1982

ON THIS DAY in 1982, the High Court of Australia delivered Codelfa Construction Pty Ltd v State Rail Authority of NSW HCA 24; (1982) 149 CLR 337 (11 May 1982). 365 more words

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Miller v Jackson [1977] EWCA Civ 6 | 6 April 1977

ON THIS DAY in 1977, the England and Wales Court of Appeal delivered Miller v Jackson EWCA Civ 6 (06 April 1977).  A cricket club was sued in negligence and nuisance caused by cricket balls landing on a neighbour’s property.   421 more words

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Miller v Jackson [1977] EWCA Civ 6 | 6 April 1977

ON THIS DAY in 1977, the England and Wales Court of Appeal delivered Miller v Jackson EWCA Civ 6 (06 April 1977).  A cricket club was sued in negligence and nuisance caused by cricket balls landing on a neighbour’s property.   421 more words

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Security for Costs in a Defamation Action

Courts have long stood firm that poverty (alone) should not deprive a person of seeking appropriate relief through the Courts, even if they might not be able to pay costs should they lose.  895 more words

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