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Franklin v Giddins [1978] Qd R 72; 1B IPR 807

This case considered the issue of confidential information and whether or not an obligation of confidence existed between a farmer who stole cuttings from another farmers particular type of nectarine tree and grafted them onto his own trees despite the fact that he was not employed by the owner of the nectarine trees.

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Franklin v Giddins [1978] Qd R 72; 1B IPR 807
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