Tame v New South Wales

JurisdictionAustralia Federal only
JudgeGleeson CJ,Gaudron J,McHugh J,Gummow,KIRBY JJ,Hayne J,Callinan J
Judgment Date05 September 2002
Neutral Citation[2002] HCA 35,2002-0905 HCA A
CourtHigh Court
Docket NumberS83/2001
Date05 September 2002
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  • Government liability in negligence.
    • Australia
    • Melbourne University Law Review Vol. 32 No. 1, April 2008
    • 1 April 2008
    ...(Gleeson CJ, Gaudron, McHugh, Hayne and Callinan JJ). (64) Ibid 580, 582. (65) Ibid 582. (66) Ibid 581. (67) See Tame v New South Wales (2002) 211 CLR 317, 335 (Gleeson CJ), 361 (McHugh J); Leichhardt Municipal Council v Montgomery (2007) 230 CLR 22, 46-9 (Kirby J), 87-8 (Callinan J); New S......
  • THE PROMISE OF UNIVERSALITY
    • Singapore
    • Singapore Academy of Law Journal No. 2013, December 2013
    • 1 December 2013
    ...reliance and knowledge to be relevant in a recent case. See Tame v New South Wales; Annetts v Australian Stations Pty Ltd(2002) 211 CLR 317. 83Spandeck Engineering (S) Pte Ltd v Defence Science & Technology Agency[2007] 4 SLR(R) 100 at [81]. 84 For example, William Norris, “The Duty of Care......
  • Sticks, Stones and Words: Emotional Harm and the English Criminal Law
    • United Kingdom
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The No. 74-6, December 2010
    • 1 December 2010
    ...who died in the150 Above n. 149 at 359–60.151 Levit, above n. 13 at 187.152 Tame v New South Wales: Annetts v Australian Stations Pty Ltd [2002] HCA 35 at[289] (Hayne J); I. Freckleton, ‘New Directions in Compensability for PsychiatricInjuries’ (2002) 9 Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 271.15......
  • The Australian High Court and Social Facts: A Content Analysis Study
    • United Kingdom
    • Federal Law Review No. 40-3, September 2012
    • 1 September 2012
    ...kind of judicial assumption would not be supported today; see the High Court's decision in the Annetts case in Tame v New South Wales (2002) 211 CLR 317. 9 Malbon refers to unarticulated 'judicial values' as the 'dark matter of judgments'. They form a critical part of the substance of the l......
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