National Australia Bank v Walter [2004] VSC 36; 1 BFRA 509

In National Australia Bank v Walter [2004] VSC 36; 1 BFRA 509 the applicants raised a number of unorthodox arguments, including entitlement to trial by jury under Magna Carta, contended that the Constitution Act 1975 (Vic) is invalid on the ground that there is no proof that Queen Elizabeth II gave it royal assent, and alleged apprehended bias of the judge, due to their disclosure of beneficial ownership of a parcel of NAB shares. The applicants contended that the Court … Continue reading National Australia Bank v Walter [2004] VSC 36; 1 BFRA 509
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