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Gov. A. Paul Celluci has indicated his intention to do the same this year. In the face of this ongoing debate, it is worthwhile to examine its history in Massachusetts, as a historical context can often aid our understanding of an issue
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The plaintiff excepts to paragraph 4 of the defendant's counter claim on the following basis
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Judges, Chief Magistrate Rinaudo, former Commonwealth Attorneys, The Honourable Michael Duffy, and The Honourable Mark Dreyfus, The Honourable Senator Conroy, State Attorney The Honourable Martin Pakula, State Treasurer, The Honourable Tim
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O’linn, A. J. A.: The appeal before us purports to be against the whole of the review judgment and order of the Honourable Judge Silungwe (in chambers) handed down by him on the 18th March 2002 in case no
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The plaintiff excepts to paragraph 4 of the defendant's counter claim on the following basis
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Bank – safe deposit box and contents stolen – employee of bank complicit in theft – liability of bank – interpretation of exemption from liability clause in agreement
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The first respondent seeks leave to appeal to the Full Bench of this court against the whole of the judgment and the order of costs granted by this court on 10 March 2016
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Full Bench of this Court. It was duly set down to be heard on the 21st October, 2005. On Saturday, 15 October 2005, the Appellant died
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In the supreme court of south africaIn the supreme court of south africa
Act 62 of 1963 ("the Act"). The trade mark in question consists of the word "Micatex". It was registered on 13 September 1971 in respect of the following goods falling within class 2 of the fourth schedule of the Trade Marks Regulations
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In terms of section 21(3)(b) of the Supreme Court Act 19591 (the Supreme Court Act) the petition was considered by two judges of the Supreme Court of Appeal
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The intellectual property society of australia and new zealand queensland annual judge’s dinner 2014
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