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Darling Casino Ltd v NSW Casino Control Authority (1997) 143 ALR 55

The case of Darling Casino Ltd v NSW Casino Control Authority (1997) 143 ALR 55 considered the issue of privative clauses and whether or not a privative clause was inconsistent with other legislative provisions contained within a law that gave the power to an authority to grant casino licenses.

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Darling Casino Ltd v NSW Casino Control Authority (1997) 143 ALR 55
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