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  • Forbes Shari; Dent Boyd; Stuart Barbara (Elsevier Ireland Ltd, 2005)
    Adipocere refers to a postmortem product which forms from body fat in the later stages of decomposition. Factors present in the surrounding decomposition environment will influence adipocere formation and may accelerate ...
  • Forbes, Shari; Dent, Boyd; Stuart, Barbara (Elsevier Ireland Ltd, 2005)
    Adipocere refers to a postmortem product which forms from body fat in the later stages of decomposition. Factors present in the surrounding decomposition environment will influence adipocere formation and may accelerate ...
  • Forbes Shari; Stuart Barbara; Dent Boyd (Elsevier Ireland Ltd, 2005)
    Adipocere is a decomposition product comprising predominantly saturated fatty acids which results from the hydrolysis and hydrogenation of adipose tissue. Adipocere formation may occur in various decomposition environments ...
  • Forbes, Shari; Stuart, Barbara; Dent, Boyd (Elsevier Ireland Ltd, 2005)
    Adipocere is a decomposition product comprising predominantly of saturated fatty acids which results from the hydrolysis and hydrogenation of neutral fats in the body. Adipocere formation may occur in various decomposition ...
  • Forbes Shari; Stuart Barbara; Dent Boyd (Elsevier Ireland Ltd, 2005)
    A controlled laboratory experiment was conducted in order to investigate the effect of the method of burial (i.e. the presence of coffin and clothing) on the formation of adipocere. This study follows previous studies ...
  • Forbes, Shari; Stuart, Barbara; Dent, Boyd (Elsevier Ireland Ltd, 2005)
    A controlled laboratory experiment was conducted in order to investigate the effect of the method of burial (i.e. the presence of coffin and clothing) on the formation of adipocere. This study follows previous studies by ...
  • Millbank, Jenni; Chandler, Eloise; Karpin, Isabel; Stuhmcke, Anita (Lawbook Co, 2013)
    The authors interviewed 10 people who had actually donated embryos for the reproductive use of others and four people who were recipients of donated embryos. In addition, another nine interviewees had attempted to donate, ...
  • Bubna-Litic, Karen (OUP, 2008)
    This article examines the effect of mandatory corporate environmental reporting in the context of corporate accountability. It asks the question whether such reporting can be an effective communications tool, both internally ...
  • Silink, Allison (LexisNexis, 2011)
    Waltons Stores (Interstate) Ltd v Maher was a watershed in the development of promissory estoppel in Australian law, recognising its reach to a representation of future intention from one party to another without the ...
  • Dorsett, Shaunnagh; Mcveigh, Shaun (Queen's University Belfast, 2005)
    Like the common law legal ordering of England and Wales, the ordering of British colonisation has, in many ways, been an affair of jurisdiction. It is through jurisdiction that the authority of the common and imperial ...
  • Simmons, Frances; Burn, Jennifer (Law Book Company, 2010)
    The 2009 US Trafficking in Persons Report predicted that the global financial crisis would increase the supply and demand for all forms of human trafficking, including trafficking for labour exploitation. 2 While Australia's ...
  • Langdon, Susan; Maynard, Philip; Robertson, James; Roux, Claude (Elsevier Sci Ireland Ltd, 2003)
    The Maxcan fibre finder system is a product of Cox Analytical Systems, Sweden, and has been developed for the primary purpose of searching for fibres on tape lifts. This paper evaluates the ability of the Maxcan system to ...
  • Ellis-Jones, Ian (Thomson Lawbook Co, 2007)
    The fact/law distinction, which is ot enormous significance in the context of both the common law doctrine of jurisdictional error, as well as statutory appeal for error of law, is one of many elusive, indeed annoying, ...
  • Ellis-Jones Ian (Thomson Law Book Co, 2007)
  • Biber, Katherine (The University of Sydney, 2011)
    The Court Information Act 2010 (NSW) attempts to achieve transparency and accountability under the framework of an 'open justice' system. The Act aims to make court information more accessible to members of the public and ...
  • Weeks, Gregory (Lawbook Co, 2008)
    This article examines the state of the law of procedural fairness and procedural error, demonstrating that inadequacy of process is now central to findings that decisions of the Executive are so lacking in quality as to ...
  • Thorpe, David (LexisNexis Butterworths, 2012)
    This article examines the legal basis of the restraint of trade `threshold tests? formulated by the House of Lords in Esso Petroleum v Harper?s Garage and affirmed by the High Court of Australia in Peters (WA) Ltd v ...
  • Edmundson, Peter (Lexisnexis, 2011)
    This article discusses whether or not a trust instrument may effectively exclude a trustee's right of indemnity from trust property. The issue affects significantly the rights of creditors and the law is unclear. It is ...
  • Biber, Katherine (Legal Service Bulletin Co-op, 2010)
    The rules of evidence enable law to discover its truths. The rules enable material facts to be 'found' in a haystack of data, and they erect thresholds along a single pathway to admissibility. Each piece of evidence follows ...