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Blacker v Waters (1928) 28 SR (NSW) 406

This case considered the issue of trespass and whether or not a man who fired a gun in a shooting gallery was guilty of trespass when an onlooker was injured by a fragment of lead from the bullet.

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Blacker v Waters (1928) 28 SR (NSW) 406
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