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Flirting with academic categorisations - McFarlane v McFarlane and Parlour v Parlour [2005] CFLQ 415
Date:21 SEP 2011

This commentary asks whether academic categorisations of the purposes of ancillary relief might aid the judiciary in their creative interpretations of statute. It explores recent changes in judicial attitudes and academic responses thereto.

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