Commercial Aspects of Trusts and Fiduciary Obligations

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Australia
Amalgamated Television Services Pty Ltd. v. Television Corp. Ltd. [ 1969] 2 NSWLR 257 19
Australian Oil & Gas Corp. Ltd. v. Bridge Oil Ltd. Ct. of Appeal of NSW, 12 Apr. 198916
Bennets v. Board of Fire Commissioners of NSW ( 1967) 87 WN (NSW) (Pt. I) 397 32
Canny Gabriel Jackson Advertising Pty. Ltd. v. Volume Sales (Finance) Ltd. ( 1974) CLR 321 15
Catt v. Marac Australia Ltd. ( 1986) 9 NSWLR 639 40
Chan v. Zacharia ( 1983) 53 ALR 417 9
Commercial Bank of Australia v. Amadio ( 1983) 151 CLR 447 11, 36
Commonwealth Bank of Australia v. Friedrich ( 1991) 5 ACSR 115 81
Consul Development Pty. Ltd. v. D. P. C. Estates Pty. Ltd. ( 1975) 132 CLR 373. 161
D. & J. Constructions Pty. Ltd. v. Head ( 1987) 9 NSWLR 118 22, 29, 34
Daly v. Sydney Stock Exchange ( 1986) 160 CLR 371. 10, 145
Fraser Edmiston Pty. Ltd. v. AGT (Queensland) Pty. Ltd.[ 1988] 2 QD R 1 18, 40
Freuhauf Finance Corp. Pty. Ltd. v. Feez Ruthning Sup. Ct. of Qld, 30 Mar. 199029
Goodwin v. National Bank of Australasia Ltd. ( 1968) 117 CLR 173 36
Gould v. O'Carroll ( 1963) 81 WN (Pt. 1) (NSW) 170 38, 39
Grant v. John Grant Ltd. ( 1950) 82 CLR 1 100
Haywood v. Roadknight [ 1927] VR 512 24
Hill v. Rose [ 1990] VR 129 40
Hospital Products Ltd. v. United States Surgical Corp ( 1984) 156 CLR 41; ( 1984) 55 ALR 417 8, 9, 13-17, 139
How v. Carman [ 1931] SASR 413 25

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