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Yearbook of European Law - Vol. 10

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Zegler (No 2) (Case 129/83) [ 1984] ECR 2397 489
Zimmermann and Steiner v. Switzerland A66/83 563
Zoja v. Commercial Solvents Corp. & ICI. [ 1974] ECR 223; [ 1973] CMLR D50. See also Instituto Chemioterapico Italiana & Commercial Solvents v. Commission 80, 117
Zwartveld and Others v. European Parliament (Case C-2/88) [ 1990] 3 CMLR 457 372, 389

Table of Cases before National Courts and Authorities

AUSTRALIA
Ackroyd v. McKechnie 1986 ( 1986) 161 CLR 60 226
Amcor Ltd v. Comptroller-General of Customs ( 1989) 79 ALR 221 238
Attorney-General of New South Wales v. Brewery Employees Union of NSW (Union Label Case) ( 1908) 6 CLR 469 234
Australian National Airlines Pty Ltd v. Commonwealth ( 1945) 71 CLR 29; ( 1946) 71 CLR 115 220, 234
Bank of New South Wales v. Commonwealth ( 1948) 76 CLR 1 220, 233
Bartter's Farms Pty Ltd v. Todd ( 1978) 139 CLR 499 219, 239
Bath v. Alston Holdings Pty Ltd ( 1988) 1,65 CLR 411 209, 220, 225, 238, 239
Bernard & Co Pty Ltd v. Langley ( 1980) 32 ALR 57 226
Breavington v. Godleman ( 1988) 169 CLR 41 234
Buck v. Bavone ( 1976) 135 CLR 110 220
Castlemain Tooheys v. South Australia ( 1990) 169 CLR 436 209, 226, 227, 229-32, 237, 238, 239
Clark King & Co Pty Ltd v. Australian Wheat Board ( 1978) 140 CLR 120 220
Cole v. Whitfield ( 1988) 165 CLR 360 209, 220-2, 224-7, 230-40
Commonwealth and Commonwealth Oil Refineries Ltd v. South Australia ( 1926) 38 CLR 408 220
Commonwealth v. Bank of New South Wales ( 1949) 79 CLR 497 220 221, 226
Commonwealth v. Tasmania (Tasmanian Dam Case) ( 1983) 158 CLR 1 231
Corinthian Industries (Sydney) Pty Ltd v. Comptroller-General of Customs ( 1989) 86 ALR 387 238

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