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Calvin v Carr [1980] AC 574

The case of Calvin v Carr [1980] AC 574 considered the issue of procedural fairness and whether or not an owner of a horse had been afforded natural justice when they were found guilty of an offence in relation to the running of their horse.

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Calvin v Carr [1980] AC 574
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