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Decision: Forest & Bird vs Buller District Council

IN THE COURT OF APPEAL OF NEW ZEALAND

CA514/2013 [2013] NZCA 496

BETWEEN

ROYAL FOREST AND BIRD PROTECTION SOCIETY OF NEW ZEALAND INCORPORATED
Applicant

AND

BULLER DISTRICT COUNCIL
First Respondent

BULLER COAL LTD
Second Respondent

Hearing: 2 October 2013

Court: O’Regan P, Panckhurst and MacKenzie JJ

Counsel: D M Salmon and S R Gepp for Applicant, J M van der Wal for First Respondent, J E Hodder QC and B G Williams for Second Respondent

Judgment: 17 October 2013 at 11.30 am

JUDGMENT OF THE COURT

A The application for special leave to appeal is dismissed.

B Costs are reserved.

Read Full Judgement Here: Royal_Forest_and_Bird_Protection_Society_of_NZ_Inc_v_Buller_District_Council__Anor.pdf

ENDS

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