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Judiciary as a source of law
As we have seen, the judiciary is another source of law. It is referred to as unenacted law (as opposed to Acts made by parliament which are referred to as enacted law). This type of law is divided into 2 categories - common law and equity, and is a classification not easily understood. See pages 44-49 of Butterworths Course Materials. Once you have read the case example of Commercial Bank of Australia v Amadio (1983) 151 CLR 447, write in your own words how equity intervened in favour of the Amadios. Once complete, read pages 27-33 of Butterworths Course Materials and pages 3-9 of Graw. Continue to the activities for this lesson.

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