Woods v Multi-Sport Holdings Pty Ltd

JurisdictionAustralia Federal only
CourtHigh Court
JudgeGleeson CJ,McHugh J,Kirby J,Hayne J,Callinan J
Judgment Date07 March 2002
Neutral Citation[2002] HCA 9,2002-0307 HCA C
Date07 March 2002
Docket NumberP93/2000
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  • New South Wales v Fahy (266)
    • Australia
    • High Court
    • 22 May 2007
    ...Waterworks Co (1856) 11 Ex 781 at 784 [ 156 ER 1047 at 1049]. 13 (1980) 146 CLR 40 at 53. 14 cf Woods v Multi-Sport Holdings Pty Ltd (2002) 208 CLR 460; Neindorf v Junkovic (2005) 80 ALJR 341; 222 ALR 631; Vairy v Wyong Shire Council (2005) 223 CLR 422 at 425–427 15 (2002) 211 CLR 540 at ......
  • Kuhl v Zurich Financial Services Australia Ltd
    • Australia
    • High Court
    • 4 May 2011
    ...v Conservation Commission (NT) (1998) 192 CLR 431 at 456 [56], 481 [131], 489 [157]; [1998] HCA 5; Woods v Multi-Sport Holdings Pty Ltd (2002) 208 CLR 460 at 503–504 [144]; [2002] HCA 9; Swain v Waverley Municipal Council (2005) 220 CLR 517 at 564 [140]; [2005] HCA 34 Wyong Shire Council v ......
  • Dasreef Pty Ltd v Hawchar
    • Australia
    • High Court
    • 22 June 2011
    ...Proceedings’, in Jesting Pilate, (1965) 11 at 18. 172 See, in another but related context, Woods v Multi-Sport Holdings Pty Ltd (2002) 208 CLR 460 at 511 [165]; [2002] HCA 173 Unreported, New South Wales Court of Appeal, 30 March 1994 (Kirby P, Mahoney and Priestley JJA). 174 At 12–13. 175 ......
  • Vairy v Wyong Shire Council
    • Australia
    • High Court
    • 21 October 2005
    ...at every point along the coastline and shoreline for which it was responsible? A similar question was posed by Gleeson CJ in Woods v Multi-Sport Holdings Pty Ltd in relation to the risks that arise from indoor cricket 112: ‘The case was that there should have been a warning of the dangers a......
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4 books & journal articles
  • The Australian High Court and Social Facts: A Content Analysis Study
    • United Kingdom
    • Federal Law Review Nbr. 40-3, September 2012
    • 1 September 2012
    ...judicial discussion of the terms 'adjudicative fact' and 'legislative fact' see McHugh J in Woods v Multi-Sport Holdings Pty Ltd (2002) 208 CLR 460, 478–9 [64]; and Heydon J in Aytugrul v R (2012) 286 ALR 441, 462-4 [70] –[74]. See also Hon J D Heydon, 'Developing the Common Law' in Justin ......
  • The Definition and Discovery of Facts in Native Title: The Historian's Contribution
    • United Kingdom
    • Federal Law Review Nbr. 36-3, September 2008
    • 1 September 2008
    ...including the appropriate scope of judicial notice, remain undefined: Selway, above n 6, 130–5; Woods v Multi-Sport Holdings Pty Ltd (2002) 208 CLR 460, 184 [165] (Callinan J); Graham Mullane, 'Evidence of Social Science Research: Law, Practice and Options in the Family Court of Australia' ......
  • The 2017 Winterton Lecture. Sir Owen Dixon Today
    • Australia
    • University of Western Australia Law Review Nbr. 43-1, January 2018
    • 1 January 2018
    ...(1959) 102 CLR 280, 292; [1959] HCA 11. See, further, Woods v Multisport Holdings Pty Ltd (2002) 208 CLR 460, [64]-[70] per McHugh J; [2002] HCA 9. 163 (2003) 215 CLR 1, [55]-[78]; [2003] HCA 38. 164 ‘Concerning Judicial Method’ in Woinarski (ed), Jesting Pilate (1965) 152; 29 Australian La......
  • AUSTRALIAN HISTORIANS AND HISTORIOGRAPHY IN THE COURTROOM.
    • Australia
    • Melbourne University Law Review Vol. 43 Nbr. 3, April 2020
    • 1 April 2020
    ...and Gaudron JJ). (75) See, eg, Selway (n 1) 130-1, discussing McHugh J's dissenting judgment in Woods v Multi-Sport Holdings Pty Ltd (2002) 208 CLR 460, 477-8 (76) Irving, 'Constitutional Interpretation' (n 1). (77) Ibid 109. (78) Ibid 110-11, 116-17. I am cognisant of the fact that I, too,......

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