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Order may be construed with reference to reasons in case of ambiguity - order could be reconciled with reasons - order construed on its face judgment debt payable by the defendant not subject to deductions referable to plaintiff's property

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Diaspora Legal has made a submission to the Senate Economics Committee Enquiry into Bribery of Foreign Officials

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The legal position between China and Indonesia has some nuances. Conflict could arise if, similarly with the conflict with Australia over the execution of its citizens, Indonesia's foreign policy again relies on an overly simplistic notion of sovereignty.

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Amendments to the Marriage Act define marriage as the union of one man and one woman entered into for life. A decision of a single judge of the Family Court of Australia following those amendments to the Marriage Act refused to recognise the validity of a potentially polygamous Iranian marriage. The Full Court of the Family Court of Australia in Ghazel & Ghazel and Anor [2016] FamCAFC 31 has over-ruled that decision and declared the marriage valid.

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The High Court in R v Pearson; Ex Parte Sipka (1983) 152 CLR 254 purported to limit the protection to a person's right to vote in Commonwealth elections afforded by s41. But is the limitation overstated? Is there a practical protection which remains available, but still consistent with the majority reasoning?

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The Indonesian Supreme Court has entered into a memorandum of understanding with the Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs as to the processing of letters rogatory from foreign courts.

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The High Court of Australia has considered the interplay of customary public international law and Australian statutes in the enforcement of a foreign judgment in Australia against the assets of a foreign state located in Australia

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