31 Melb. U. L. Rev. [i] (2007)

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Volume 31                       2007                       Number I
FOREWORD
Foreword to the 50th Anniversary Edition of the Melbourne
University Law Review
The Hon Justice K MHayne
ARTICLES
The Future of Prescriptive Easements in Australia and England
Fiona Burns       3
'The Receipt of What?': Questions Concerning Third Party
Recipient Liability in Equity and Unjust Enrichment
Joachim Dietrich and Pauline Ridge   47
Other People's Money: Gambling and Bankruptcy
John Duns       87
The Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation
Act 1999 (Cth): Dark Sides of Virtue
Lee Godden and Jacqueline Peel   106
The United States Deposition - Time for Adoption in
Australian Civil Procedure?
Michael J Legg    146
Open Justice and Suppressing Evidence of Police Methods:
The Position in Canada and Australia (Part One)
Sharon Rodrick     171
Money for Nothing, Cheques for Free? The Meaning of
'Financial Advantage' in Fraud Offences
Alex Steel    201
Using Federalism to Protect Political Communication:
Implications from Federal Representative Government
James Stellios   239
The Historical Significance of the High Court's Decision in
Federal Commissioner of Taxation v The Myer
Emporium Ltd
Neil J Young    266
REVIEW ESSAY
Breaking the Silence: Law, Theology and Religion in Australia
Paul Babie     296
BOOK REVIEW
Contested Words: Legal Restrictions on Freedom of Speech in
Liberal Democracies by Ian Cram
Katharine Gelber    315

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