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Louinder v Leis (1982) 149 CLR 509

This case considered the issue of unreasonable delay and whether or not a party could give notice to the other party to complete the contract where a clause in the contract specified a date to complete.  The issue was whether the fixed time was reasonable in the circumstances.

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