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Sender:
Lionel Smith
Date:
Wed, 14 Feb 2007 09:27:34 -0500
Re:
Resurfice Corp. v. Hanke, 2007 SCC 7

 

On the subject of spilled academic ink, I was looking yesterday at the transcripts of argument in the High Court of Australia in the Say-Dee case (they are on www.austlii.org) and I thought others might find this exchange amusing:

GUMMOW J: So what is the connection between the first limb and tracing ideas?

MR DOUGLAS: Well, the academic commentaries dwell upon this and they - - -

GUMMOW J: Forget about them. As a matter of basic principle, what is the connection? A lot of the academic writing is totally confusing ... a prejudiced view.

 

Lionel

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