4 U. Notre Dame Austl. L. Rev. [i] (2002)

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NOTRE DAME AUSTRAIA
LAW REVIEW
CONTENTS
Volume 4            December 2002

Greg Craven
Sandra S. Berns
Malcolm Barrett
Lynden Griggs
Celia Hammond
Alun A. Preece
Kenneth A. Warner

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Julie B
Profess
Profess
Peter J
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FOREWORD
Foreword by the Dean
ARTICLES
Regulating The 'National Live Stock'-
An Experiment In Human Husbandry
Prosecuting The Crown
A Teleological Approach To Market
Definition - Has It Led To Single
Product Market Definition?
Property Rights In Human Corpses
And Human Tissue:The Position In
Western Australia
Upper Houses And Financial Legislation
Proximity And The Duty Of Care In
Recent Applications Of Negligence Law

PAPERS AND COMMENTARIES DELIVERED AT THE 2000
CONFERENCE ON THE REPUBLIC
on. Justice        Commentary On James Thomson's
y Selway of the    Federal Implications Of An Australian
l Court of Australia Republic
on. Ian Viner      What Is Required For A Real Victory
For A Real Republic?
ishop MP          Australian Association For Constitutional
Law 'Planning For A New Republic'
sor Cheryl Saunders The Peculiarly Australian Preoccupation
With Removal Of A Head Of State
sor Geoffrey Lindell Comment
ohnston           Tidying Up The Loose Ends: Consequential
Changes To Fit A Republican Constitution
Villiams          Enabling The Republic: Loose Ends And
Constitutional Method - A Comment

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