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Warby and Warby [2002] FLC 93-091

This case considered the issue of accrued jurisdiction in the family court and whether or not the Family Court of Australia had an accrued jurisdiction in non-federal matters, and if so, the extent of that jurisdiction and the circumstances in which it should be exercised.

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