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Explainer: why did the High Court rule against Clive Palmer and what does the judgment mean?

By Murray Wesson, Senior Lecturer in Law, The University of Western Australia
Ian Murray, Associate Professor, The University of Western Australia
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The court said WA’s new law to prevent Palmer from collecting damages against the state was not unconstitutional. Here’s why.

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