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In Curtis v Harden Shire Council [2014] NSWCA 314, Basten JA of the NSW Court of Appeal undertook the difficult (and much needed) task of a comprehensive interpretation of section 43A of the Civil Liability Act 2002. The section is applicable in negligence actions brought against a public authority (eg. the Crown or a local council) where the complaint involves its exercise of a ‘special statutory power’, ie. something the authority has power to do that other ordinary folk do not.
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