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Boardman, Robert, 1932- South Australia. Woods and Forests Department.
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Books
Publication Date(s) 
1974
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Boardman, Robert, 1932- Van der Sommen, F. J. (Francis J.) Squires, Victor. Roseworthy Agricultural College. Faculty of Natural Resources. Institute of Foresters of Australia. Adelaide Branch.
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Books
Publication Date(s) 
1983
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A. R. Vining and A. E. Boardman.
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Books
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Traditionally, ports and related facilities involve some level of direct or indirect government ownership or at least some degree of governmental responsibility for financing, however public-private partnerships (P3s or PPPs) are attractive potential option for finance as most governments are reluctant to fund incremental capital investments for these facilities from their normal budgets. This article examines whether PPPs are the answer. It looks at the normative rationales for P3s and presents a positive theory perspective that focuses on the conflicting goals of public and private partners.
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Stewart, H. T. L. Boardman, Robert. Victoria. Department of Conservation and Environment. South Australia. Woods and Forests Department. Australia. National Plantations Advisory Committee.
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Books
Publication Date(s) 
1991
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Birch, Jeremy.
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Books
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Breach of confidence is a cause of action that courts have traditionally grounded in a broad principle of good faith. As a result, the cause of action has aimed to protect relationships of trust and confidence. A competing view has been that courts protect a proprietary interest in the secrecy of information. This article argues that neither approach is entirely correct. Rather, there are two distinct types of information that breach of confidence protects and that, on this basis, the cause of action should be split. One cause of action should focus on protecting proprietary information, with the other focusing on protecting relationships of trust and confidence [(2007) 81 (4) ALJ 338]
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2007
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Hamer, David.
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Books
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Phillips is a decision on the admissibility of similar fact evidence at common law as modified by Queensland legislation. Its direct impact may be limited as most other jurisdictions have their own legislative tests. Nevertheless, the influence of Phillips may be considerable as it is a decision by the highest Australian court on the assessment of the relevance and probative value of similar fact evidence.
Publication Date(s) 
2007
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