High Court appeal of interstate tortious liability

We acted for a Queensland CTP insurer in a successful High Court appeal involving choice of law issues and in particular the appropriate law to be applied in the case of claims arising from interstate tortious liability. (Perrett v Robinson HCA 1988 7 MVR 385)


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