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Proudman v Dayman (1941) 67 CLR 536

This case considered the issue of honest and reasonable mistake of fact and whether it was available to a woman who was charged with an offence of allowing an unlicensed driver to driver her car.

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Proudman v Dayman (1941) 67 CLR 536
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