Brodie v Singleton Shire Council

JurisdictionAustralia Federal only
CourtHigh Court
JudgeGleeson CJ,Gaudron,McHugh,Gummow JJ,Kirby J,Hayne J,Callinan J
Date31 May 2001
Docket NumberS44/1999
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  • Mcnamara (Mcgrath) v Consumer Trader and Tenancy Tribunal
    • Australia
    • High Court
    • 29 September 2005
    ...here. I adhere to the opinions that I expressed in it. 83 One particular consideration that I thought relevant and important in Brodie v Singleton Shire Council104 is present here: that the common law principle or doctrine which a party wished to have overruled, or held to have been propoun......
  • Steenkamp NO v Provincial Tender Board, Eastern Cape
    • South Africa
    • Constitutional Court
    • 28 September 2006
    ...HCA 59) at 19 [27] per Gaudron J, 59 [160] per Gummow J, 72 [203] per Kirby J; Brodie v Singleton Shire Council (2001) 206 CLR 512 ([2001] HCA 29) at 540 [56] per Gaudron J, McHugh J and Gummow J. In some cases the High Court has found that the statutory provisions at issue indicate that th......
  • Tame v New South Wales
    • Australia
    • High Court
    • 5 September 2002
    ...Pty Ltd (1999) 198 CLR 180 at 200 [34], 224–225 [115]–[117], 244–245 [176]–[178], 306–307 [347]–[348]. 125 (1999) 198 CLR 180. 126 (2001) 75 ALJR 992 at 1003 [59]; 180 ALR 145 at 127 In Hughes v Hunters Hill Municipal Council (1992) 29 NSWLR 232 at 236. 128 The Province and Function of Law,......
  • Neindorf v Junkovic
    • Australia
    • High Court
    • 8 December 2005
    ...the respondent a duty of care of some kind 41. He also accepted that Ghantous was a special case, delivered concurrently with Brodie v Singleton Shire Council42, and addressed fundamentally the previously anomalous immunity of highway authorities for nonfeasance in respect of the upkeep of ......
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8 books & journal articles
  • Of Kings and Officers — The Judicial Development of Public Law
    • United Kingdom
    • Federal Law Review Nbr. 33-2, June 2005
    • 1 June 2005
    ...establishing a distinction between misfeasance and malfeasance in respect of highway authorities: see Brodie v Singleton Shire Council (2001) 206 CLR 512, 564–565, 590–91, 607–13. 74 See Everett v Griffiths [1921] 1 AC 631; In re McC [1985] 1 AC 528; Rajski v Powell (1987) 11 NSWLR 522; Abi......
  • Judicial Review of Non-Statutory Executive Powers
    • United Kingdom
    • Federal Law Review Nbr. 31-3, September 2003
    • 1 September 2003
    ...law _____________________________________________________________________________________ 41 See, eg, Brodie v Singleton Shire Council (2001) 206 CLR 512, 555 [92] (McHugh and Gummow JJ), noting that in Australia the term 'non-justiciability' has been used 'to describe controversies within ......
  • The Development of the High Court's Willingness to Overrule Common Law Precedent
    • United Kingdom
    • Federal Law Review Nbr. 45-2, June 2017
    • 1 June 2017
    ...recent common law overruling decisions of the High Court (Imbree v McNeilly (2008) 236 CLR 510, Brodie v Singleton Shire Council (2001) 206 CLR 512 and Esso Australia Resources v Federal Commissioner of Taxation (1999) 201 CLR 49), with the aim of identifying normative principles of overrul......
  • The Australian High Court and Social Facts: A Content Analysis Study
    • United Kingdom
    • Federal Law Review Nbr. 40-3, September 2012
    • 1 September 2012
    ...v Victoria Legal Aid (2005) 223 CLR 1. 94 Tame v New South Wales (2002) 211 CLR 317. 95 Brodie v Singleton Shire Council (2001) 206 CLR 512. 96 New South Wales v Lepore (2003) 212 CLR 511. 97 Cole v South Tweed Heads Rugby League Football Club (2004) 217 CLR 469. 98 Czatyrko v Edith Cowan U......
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