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Australian Telecommunications Corporation v Davis (1991) 30 FCR 467

The case of Australian Telecommunications Corporation v Davis (1991) 30 FCR 467 considered the issue of the giving of reasons for a decision and whether or not a tribunal had given adequate reasons for its decision to award compensation to a government employee who made a claim for a work injury.

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Australian Telecommunications Corporation v Davis (1991) 30 FCR 467
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