Johnson v State of Queensland (judgment of Daley DCJ delivered June 1998)

This case involved a slip and fall by a cleaner at school premises owned and operated by the Department of Education. Daley DCJ dismissed the plaintiff’s claim and awarded judgment in favour of the Department of Education.


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