Inquisitorial Processes in Australian Tribunals

Narelle Bedford, Robin Creyke

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Abstract

The terms ‘adversarial’ and ‘inquisitorial’ have no precise or simple meaning and to a significant extent reflect particular historical developments rather than the practices of modern legal systems. No country now operates strictly within the prototype models of an adversarial or inquisitorial system. The originators of those systems, England, France and Germany, have modified and exported different versions of their respective systems.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationMelbourne
PublisherThe Australian Institute Of Judicial Administration
ISBN (Print)1875527478
Publication statusPublished - 2006
Externally publishedYes

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Bedford, N., & Creyke, R. (2006). Inquisitorial Processes in Australian Tribunals. Melbourne: The Australian Institute Of Judicial Administration.
Bedford, Narelle ; Creyke, Robin. / Inquisitorial Processes in Australian Tribunals. Melbourne : The Australian Institute Of Judicial Administration, 2006.
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