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Wednesday, 22 August 1906


Senator KEATING (Tasmania) (Honorary Minister) - Take the case of an appeal in which perhaps New Zealand interests are involved. A New Zealand practitioner may be retained by the, persons whose interests are affected, and who may desire that he shall appear before the High Court. At present, he would have to get enrolled in a State before he could practise before the High Court. Or it might be that in a case where English interests were involved, an English barrister, might be sent over. Are we going; to say that he. shall not be allowed to practise in the High Court unless he is first admitted in a State?







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