- McHUGH J: Subject to one thing and that is that in certain situations where there may be a failure to take care, nevertheless, the law will not impose liability because the conduct takes place in a particular social context. Barristers cannot be sued, for example, no matter how careless they are, for their conduct in court - - -
- KIRBY J: So far.
- MR WALKER: Can I quote you?
- SOURCE: Cattanach & Anor v Melchior & Anor B22/2002  HCATrans 564 (12 February 2003)
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