Liability in CTP matters

We acted for the Nominal Defendant in setting aside a District Court Order preventing the Nominal Defendant from changing its position on liability. The Nominal Defendant was successful and this case is now the authority in relation to liability in CTP matters. (The Nominal Defendant v Gabriel & Anor 2007 NSW CA 52)


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