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Mechanical and General Inventions Co v Austin [1935] AC 346

This case considered the issue of the duty of an advocate not to frustrate the court process and to avoid lengthy examination and cross examination of people called to give evidence.

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Mechanical and General Inventions Co v Austin [1935] AC 346
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