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Leave to Appeal: Bujak v Solicitor-General

BUJAK v SOLICITOR-GENERAL SC 64/2008 [11 November 2008]

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW ZEALAND
SC 64/2008
[2008] NZSC 95

BETWEEN SLAWOMIR RYSZARD BUJAK
Appellant

AND SOLICITOR-GENERAL
Respondent

Court: Tipping, McGrath and Wilson JJ
Counsel: G M Illingworth QC for Appellant
J C Pike and N P Chisnall for Respondent

Judgment: 11 November 2008

JUDGMENT OF THE COURT

A The application for leave to appeal is granted.

B The approved ground of appeal is whether the Court of Appeal
erred in the conclusion to which it came in its judgment of

1 September 2008 ([2008] NZCA 334).

Solicitors:
Cousins & Associates, Christchurch for Appellant
Crown Law Office, Wellington for Respondent

SC_64_2008_Bujak_v_SolicitorGeneral_leave.pdf

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