Apportionment under the Civil Liability Act
Stickley, Amanda P. (2008) Apportionment under the Civil Liability Act. The Queensland Lawyer, 28(6), pp. 292-294.
In Reinhold v New South Wales Lotteries Corporation  NSWSC 5 (30 January 2008) damages of $2 million were awarded to the plaintiff. The damages were to compensate the plaintiff for the cancellation of his winning Oz Lotto ticket. The Supreme Court held that Lotteries (the first defendant) and the Newsagents (the second and third defendants) were in breach of contract and had also been negligent in cancelling the ticket.
The court had to determine what was the apportionment between the defendants in Reinhold v New South Wales Lotteries Corporation (No 2)  NSWSC 187 (7 March 2008.
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|Deposited On:||10 Sep 2008|
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