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Builders’ Registration Board of Queensland v Rauber (1983) 47 ALR 55

The case of Builders’ Registration Board of Queensland v Rauber (1983) 47 ALR 55 considered the issue of principle of necessity and whether or not a board was disqualified from making a decision in relation to disciplinary proceedings against a builder on the basis that they had already made a previous decision in relation to the builders workmanship in an insurance claim.

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Builders’ Registration Board of Queensland v Rauber (1983) 47 ALR 55
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