Vallance v R

JurisdictionAustralia Federal only
Neutral Citation1961-0731 HCA B,[1961] HCA 42
Year1961
Date1961
CourtHigh Court
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  • The 2017 Winterton Lecture. Sir Owen Dixon Today
    • Australia
    • University of Western Australia Law Review No. 43-1, January 2018
    • 1 January 2018
    ...Pilate’ in Woinarski (ed), Jesting Pilate (1965) 1, 13, 22. 56 (1934) 51 CLR 217, 236-42, 256-8; [1934] HCA 18. 57 (1961) 108 CLR 56, 59; [1961] HCA 42. 58 (1934) 50 CLR 581; [1934] HCA 3. 39 to be made in New South Wales, whatever the proper law of the contract of loan, here that of New Ze......
  • A PURPOSIVE APPROACH TO INTERPRETING AUSTRALIA'S COMPLEMENTARY PROTECTION REGIME.
    • Australia
    • 1 December 2019
    ...CLR 493, 522 [68] (McHugh J); R v Crabbe (1985) 156 CLR 464, 469 (Gibbs CJ, Wilson, Brennan, Deane and Dawson JJ); Vallance v The Queen (1961) 108 CLR 56, 73 (Menzies (77) Zaburoni (n 67) 504 [66]. (78) SZTAL (n 3) 369 [16]. (79) Ibid 375 [38] (Gageler J), quoting Taylor v Owners--Strata Pl......
  • Three Decades of Tension: From the Codification of Migration Decision-Making to an Overarching Framework for Judicial Review
    • United Kingdom
    • Sage Federal Law Review No. 48-3, September 2020
    • 1 September 2020
    ...(1987) 163 CLR 236.80. Charlie v R (1999) 199 CLR 387, 410 (Callinan J); R v Barlow (1997) 188 CLR 1, 31–33 (Kirby J) (‘Barlow’).81. (1961) 108 CLR 56, 75–76 (‘Vallance’) (emphasis in original).82. Bentham (n 63); Philip Schofield (ed), First Principles Preparatory to Constitutional code, T......
  • The plea of accident in the criminal law
    • Barbados
    • Caribbean Law Review No. 11-2, December 2001
    • 1 December 2001
    ...occurrence which produced hurt or loss" (at p. 453). 25 Halsbury's Laws (3 rd ed.), Vol. 22, p.293; cf. Vallancev. The Queen (1961) 108 C.L.R. 56 (an event which occurs by chance under s.13 (1), Tasmanian Criminal Code is one which must occur fortuitously or unexpectedly). An 'accident' may......
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