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Jackson v Harrison (1978) 138 CLR 438

This case considered the issue of negligence and whether or not a driver who crashed a car and injured a passenger  whilst was disqualified from driving was able to raise the defence of joint illegality on the basis that the passenger knew he was disqualified from driving.

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Jackson v Harrison (1978) 138 CLR 438
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