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Sullivan v Gordon (1999) Aust Torts Rep 81-524

This case considered the issue of the assessment of damages in a case of an injury arising out of negligence and whether or not the person injured could be compensated where they could no longer provide gratuitous services for the care of another person.

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Sullivan v Gordon (1999) Aust Torts Rep 81-524
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