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Pirie v Saunders (1961) 104 CLR 149

This case considered the requirement of writing regarding contracts and whether or not solicitors notes could be provided as proof that a contract existed.  It also considered the issue of the concept of authenticated signature fiction and whether or not the solicitors notes were acknowledged as authentic by one of the parties.

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