NZLR


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NZLR

abbreviation for
(Law) New Zealand Law Reports
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Wellington City Council v Woolworths New Zealand Ltd (No 2), [1996] 2 NZLR 537 at 552, [1996] NZAR 348 (CA); Progressive Enterprises Ltd v North Shore City Council, [2006] NZRMA 72 at paras 63-73 (HC), 11 ELRNZ 421.
See also Garrett v Attorney General, [1993] 3 NZLR 600 at 608 (HC), Anderson J, aff'd on other grounds, [1997] 2 NZLR 332 (CA).
& Wales v R., [2002] 2 NZLR 91(CA) [paragraph] 61, aff'd in [2003] UKPC 22, [2004] 2 NZLR 577 (P.C.).
[1998] 1 NZLR 196, 523 (CA), which is a decision of the Court of Appeal of New Zealand.
Other relevant factors included a common geographical origin, or descent from a small number of common ancestors, a common language, a common literature peculiar to the group, a common religion differing from neighbouring groups, and being a minority or an oppressed group within a larger community (developed from King-Ansell v Police [1979] 2 NZLR)
Dark v Island Bay Park Racing Company (1886) 4 NZLR 301
The ICESCR should be read, in this respect, in the light of Article 8 of the Universal Declaration (which sets out the right to an effective remedy by competent national tribunals for acts in violation of fundamental rights) and of the legal maxim that where there is a right, there is a remedy (see, for example, Simpson v Attorney-General [Baigent's Case] [1994] 3 NZLR 667 at p.717 McKay J; see also OHCHR 2004b:55).