SHIGEO KITANO v COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA 1975 UKPC 9

Privy Council (Limitation of Appeals) Act 1968 was interpreted by the Privy Council in 1975, are the words “limiting” and “limitation” the contention that the word did not extend to authorise complete abolition of the right to seek special leave of appeal from the High Court and that the Act of 1968 did amount to such complete abolition. Their Lordships cannot accept this argument. Whether or not the words “limiting” and “limitation” are to be read in the restricted sense contended for, the Act of 1968 doers not amount to a complete abolition oft the Right to seek special leave of appeal from the High Court.

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