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The King v Murray; ex parte Proctor (1949) 77 CLR 387

The case of The King v Murray; ex parte Proctor (1949) 77 CLR 387 considered the issue of privative clauses and whether or not a general clause that provided that a decision by a board was not be challenged in any way could override a more specific provision that set down the way in which a decision would be valid in the first place.

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