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Fontin v Katapodis (1962) 108 CLR 177

This case considered the issue of self defence and whether or not the actions of a man were reasonable in relation to the threat towards him and whether or not the damages awarded could be reduced for the provocative actions of the person who made the first assault.

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Fontin v Katapodis (1962) 108 CLR 177
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