7 Canberra L. Rev. [i] (2003)

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Editorial
Predatory Pricing and the Expectation of Recoupment in Australia: Boral
and the Pathway Forward
James McConvill                                                3
Reconciling the Rhetoric of Rights with the Pro Revenue Construction of Tax
Legislation in Eighteenth Century Britain
Dr Mark Burton                                                27
Legal Liability for Damage, the Coase Theorem and Opportunity Cost
Mark Wilson                                                   75
The March of Pure Economic Loss... but to Different Drums
Rachael Mulheron                                              87
Legal Sources of Private Security Powers
Rick Sarre                                                   109
Whither the Empowered Litigant
Ruth McColl S.C.                                             129
The Office of King's Printer and the Commercial Dissemination of
Government Information - Past and Prospect
John Gilchrist                                               145
Book Reviews                                                   181

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