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Campbelltown City Council v Mackay (1989) 15 NSWLR 501

This case considered the issue of the remedies available for negligence and the damage caused by a local council towards the collapse of a house owned by a couple and whether or not the home owners were entitled to damages for nervous shock or alternatively stress and anxiety as a result of the collapse of their house.

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Campbelltown City Council v Mackay (1989) 15 NSWLR 501
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