The Unnecessary Confusion in New Zealand's Appellate Jurisdictions
Rodriguez Ferrere, Marcelo
The Supreme Court of New Zealand’s decision in Austin, Nichols & Co Inc v Stitching Lodestar is the centrepiece of New Zealand’s complicated and confusing approach to appellate jurisdiction. This paper examines that approach, attempts to identify the reasons why it is confusing and lastly, suggests a potential path for reform and improvement.
Publisher: Otago Law Review Trust Board
Keywords: Administrative Law; Public Law; New Zealand
Research Type: Journal Article