Case Reports





LinxPlus is a leading online case law research tool.

A joint venture between LexisNexis and the New Zealand Law Society, the LinxPlus database features an index of journal articles held by the New Zealand Law Society Library, as well as over 150,000 case summaries, which are linked to relevant LexisNexis publications and Report series.

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30 May 2023 06:38

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