By: Robert Sheldon

Sep 02 2011

Category: Legal Philosophy

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“The legal context and relevant rule of responsibility direct one to the relevant legal policy and purpose of the causal question, thus affecting the evaluation of the extent of the required factual involvement of the impugned act or omission in assessing legal responsibility for the loss.”: Per Allsop P in Bullabidgee Pty Ltd v McCleary [2011] NSWCA 259 at [67]


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