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Knowles v Commonwealth: Covid measures.


Knowles v Commonwealth of Australia [2022] FCA 741 (on AUSTLII)

The pleadings in this matter alleged the invalidity of certain measures relating to Covid restrictions. The respondents (being the Commonwealth, the State of NSW, the State of Victoria and others successfully sought to have the claim struck out.

The respondents discharged their burden of proving that none of the causes of action upon which the applicants’ relied in their ASOC had any reasonable prospects of success.

The proceeding was summarily dismissed with an order for summary judgment for the respondents.

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