special case


special case
A term corresponding in English practice with "agreed case." Germano v Gresham Fire & Acci. Ins. Soc. (Australia) [1924] Vict LR 592. A case reserved for decision by the judges in bank or by a higher court. A proceeding unknown to the common law, arising under statute. See extraordinary remedies.

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