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Brambles Constructions v Helmers (1966) 114 CLR 213

This case considered the issue of the right of contribution by a tortfeasor from another tortfeasor for damages arising out of negligence and whether or not a party that was found to be liable in negligence was restricted by a time limitation to recover from another tortfeasor.

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Brambles Constructions v Helmers (1966) 114 CLR 213
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