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Martin v Martin (1959) 110 CLR 297

This case considered the issue of the presumption of advancement and whether or not a husband had the right to rebut the presumption of advancement in relation to a parcel of land that he purchased in the name of his wife where he had done so to avoid tax.

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Martin v Martin (1959) 110 CLR 297
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