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The King v Central Reference Board; ex Parte Thiess (Repairs) Pty Ltd (1948) 77 CLR 123

The case of The King v Central Reference Board; ex Parte Thiess (Repairs) Pty Ltd (1948) 77 CLR 123 considered the issue of privative clauses and whether or not a privative clause prevented the review of a decision by a board exercising its powers in the mining industry to reinstate an employee who worked for a repair company which provided services to the mining company.

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The King v Central Reference Board; ex Parte Thiess (Repairs) Pty Ltd (1948) 77 CLR 123
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