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FAI Insurances Ltd v Winneke (1982) 151 CLR 342

The case of FAI Insurances Ltd v Winneke (1982) 151 CLR 342 considered the issue of legitimate expectation and whether or not an insurance company had a right to be heard in relation to a refusal to renew its ability to offer workers compensation premiums.

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FAI Insurances Ltd v Winneke (1982) 151 CLR 342
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