Ogle v Strickland (1987) 71 ALR 41
The case of Ogle v Strickland (1987) 71 ALR 41 considered the issue of standing and whether or not two major religious groups had standing to seek judicial review of a decision to import a film which they believed was blasphemous and should not have been imported.
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