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H felt angry, humiliated and embarrassed. This was a proportionate response. H left the dinner soon afterwards. EFA was not previously known to H.
H actually constituted a sexual advance
However, we do not consider that EFA’s actions during the incident on the night of 21 July 2017 indicate that he has a character flaw which would render him unfit to practice the law for any length of time, let alone permanently.
The Council has not established that EFA is not a fit and proper person to engage in legal practice under s 297 of the Uniform Law.
Council of the New South Wales Bar Association v EFA - NSW Caselaw
Convention on Service Abroad of Judicial and Extrajudicial Documents in Civil or Commercial Matters done at the Hague on 15 November 1965 (the Hague Convention).
Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong
Mr James’ evidence establishes that Ausino is incorporated in Hong Kong and that, as at 16 September 2020, it is recorded as a party to the Hague Convention on the Hague Conference on Private International Law’s website.
The principles for service out of the jurisdiction
For present purposes it is sufficient to say that a prima facie case for relief is made out if, on the material before the court, inferences are open which, if translated into findings of fact, would support the relief claimed
ANL Singapore Pte Ltd v Visy Paper Pty Ltd  FCA 439
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unless the contrary intention appears
CRIMES ACT 1914 - SECT 4K Continuing and multiple offences
Consequently, Wotton does not state whether a refusal of permission by the Chief Executive would be invalid.
Because the plaintiff had not sought and been refused permission from the Chief Executive, the validity of such a refusal was not considered.
Thompson, Sam --- "Wotton v Queensland (2012) 285 ALR 1"  UTasLawRw 18; (2012) 31(2) University of Tasmania Law Review 168
duty upon the parties of good faith and fair dealing in its performance.
Yam Seng PTE Ltd v International Trade Corporation Ltd  EWHC 111 (QB) (01 February 2013)
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efendant continues to associate with individuals who hold extremist religious views or have been linked to violent extremism and presents with limited insight into the risks presented by those friendships;
access to funding and sources of help);
his current associations increase his capacity in terms of organisational skills (that is, acc
State of New South Wales v Barez (Preliminary) - NSW Caselaw
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(2) If there is a jury and a party so requests, the judge is to:(a) warn the jury that the evidence may be unreliable, and(b) inform the jury of matters that may cause it to be unreliable, and(c) warn the jury of the need for caution in determining whether to accept the evidence and the weight to be given to it.
Evidence Act 1995 No 25 - NSW legislation
The exchanges between the trial judge and the Crown Prosecutor extracted by the appellant do no more than evidence the sort of exchanges that might be expected in a trial of this nature, where the details of directions to the jury were discussed with counsel prior to being given to the jury. That such inquiries occurred does not indicate that the Crown’s case was in flux and confused, and a jury must also, therefore, have been confuse
Although the appellant was represented by experienced Queens Counsel at trial, no such complaint was made, a feature of the case to which this Court is entitled to have regard, since it suggests that trial counsel saw nothing in the conduct of the case, in this regard, to complain about.
Count 1 is duplicitous.
The prosecution changed its case during the trial which occasioned a miscarriage of justice.
The absence of any complaint by trial counsel is consistent with a conclusion that there was no change in the Crown’s case
Ground 4: Count 1 is duplicitous
The crown’s appeal against sentence
That conclusion is clear if regard is had to the whole of the Crown Prosecutor’s opening address
Dickson v R - NSW Caselaw