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Nagle v Rottnest Island Authority [1993] HCA 76 | 21 April 1993

ON 21 APRIL 1993, the High Court of Australia delivered Nagle v Rottnest Island Authority HCA 76; 177 CLR 423; (1993) Aust Torts Reporter 81-211; (1993) 112 ALR 393; (1993) 67 ALJR 426 (21 April 1993). 108 more words

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Nagle v Rottnest Island Authority [1993] HCA 76 | 21 April 1993

ON 21 APRIL 1993, the High Court of Australia delivered Nagle v Rottnest Island Authority HCA 76; 177 CLR 423; (1993) Aust Torts Reporter 81-211; (1993) 112 ALR 393; (1993) 67 ALJR 426 (21 April 1993). 118 more words

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Sanislo, et al., v. Give Kids The World, Inc., 157 So. 3d 256; 2015 Fla. LEXIS 214; 40 Fla. L. Weekly S 79

Sanislo, et al., v. Give Kids The World, Inc., 157 So. 3d 256; 2015 Fla. LEXIS 214; 40 Fla. L. Weekly S 79

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An Ailing Woman Was Taken to the Morgue to Wait for Death, the Police are Now, Looking into Negligence on the Families’ Part

And no, I’m still NOT shitting you here, okay???  From the Front Page Sections, translated…

A woman who needed dialysis and had a stroke was taken home by her own family, from the hospitals, then, sent to the funeral home’s coffin room to die, the members of the public found her there, called the police, Lee was taken back to the hospital yesterday, and the police are looking into whether or not her families were responsible for abandoning her, or that they took part in the involvement of leaving her to die at the funeral home. 568 more words

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Louise had developed asymmetrical breasts during puberty and was self conscious about her appearance. She had been declined NHS help as she was overweight and was advised to lose weight before she would be considered for surgery. 284 more words

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Two Recent Decisions From New York's First Department Regarding Premises Liability

Today, two decisions were issued from the First Department pertaining to premises liability.  The first decision concerns the “sole proximate cause” defense and the second decision reiterates the notion that an owner of premises will not be insulated from liability merely because it complies with the building codes. 547 more words

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Cachia v Hanes [1994] HCA 14 | 13 April 1994

ON THIS DAY in 1994, the High Court of Australia delivered Cachia v Hanes HCA 14; (1994) 179 CLR 403; (1994) 120 ALR 385; (1994) 68 ALJR 374 (13 April 1994). 59 more words

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