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Ainsworth v Criminal Justice Commission (1992) 66 ALJR 271

The case of Ainsworth v Criminal Justice Commission (1992) 66 ALJR 271 considered the issue of procedural fairness and certiorari and whether or not a report prepared by a statutory body on the poker machine industry was required to be prepared fairly and if a company whose reputation was affected by the report was entitled to natural justice.

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