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HIGH COURT RULES 2004 - RULE 6.03

Publication of written reasons for judgment

                   When a judgment is given in a proceeding, either by a Full Court or a single Justice, and the opinion of a Justice is reduced to writing, it is sufficient to state orally the opinion of the Justice without stating the reasons for the opinion, but, subject to rules 13.04 and 25.09.2, the written opinion must be published by delivering it to the Registrar or associate in open Court.



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