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Stollery v Greyhound Racing Control Board (1972) 128 CLR

The case of Stollery v Greyhound Racing Control Board (1972) 128 CLR considered the issue of the rule against bias and whether or not the presence of a board member who had accused a greyhound owner of bribery invalidated a decision of the board.

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Stollery v Greyhound Racing Control Board (1972) 128 CLR
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