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Vol 29, No 1 June 2020


Fingerprint Evidence in New Zealand's Courts: The Oversight of Overstatement
Gary Edmond

Evidential Sufficiency Hearings: Is Section 10 of the CP(MIP) Act Fit for Purpose?
Dr Warren Brookbanks

The 'Any Evidence' Rule in New Zealand Family Law
Anna High and Caroline Hickman

No Set-Off Clauses and the Court Rules
John Ren

No Set-Off Clauses and Statutes
John Ren

Over and Above: Reparation for Lost Earnings Consequential on Injuries Covered under the Accident Compensation Scheme
Craig Tatley and Simon Connell

How Might Digital Trade Agreements Constrain Regulatory Autonomy: The Case of Regulating Alcohol Marketing in the Digital Age
Professor Jane Kelsey

Shark Experience Ltd v PauaMAC5 Inc: Missed Opportunities?
M B Rodriguez Ferrere and N R Wheen


McMorland on Easements, Covenants and Licences
Jayden Houghton

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