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Rootes v Shelton (1967) 116 CLR 383

This case considered the issue of volenti non fit injuria and whether or not a man who was injured in a waterskiing accident could succeed in an action against the driver of a boat after the skier collided with a stationery boat or whether or not the skier assumed the risks inherent in the sport of waterskiing.

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Rootes v Shelton (1967) 116 CLR 383
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