Muriniti v King [2019] NSWCA 153 (27 June 2019) (Gleeson JA at [1]; Emmett AJA at [2]) - 13wentworthselbornechambers
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Muriniti v King [2019] NSWCA 153 (27 June 2019) (Gleeson JA at [1]; Emmett AJA at [2])


Catchwords:


APPEAL – leave to appeal from costs orders made by the Land and Environment Court – whether leave should be granted under s 58 of the Land and Environment Court Act 1979 (NSW).

APPEAL – whether the primary judge applied the correct test for the making of an order under s 99 of the Civil Procedure Act 2005 (NSW) – whether the primary judge based his conclusions on findings that were not open on the evidence – whether there was bias on the part of the primary judge – whether there was a denial of procedural fairness – whether the primary judge erred in considering that he had previously made a relevant finding that there was no evidence of conspiracy.