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Field v Commissioner for Railways for New South Wales (1957) 99 CLR 285

This case considered the issue of without prejudice communications and whether or not a plaintiffs discussions with a doctor for the purposes of a medical examination as part of settlement negotiations was admissible.

 

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Field v Commissioner for Railways for New South Wales (1957) 99 CLR 285
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