Australia: Statutory Limit does not apply to Human Rights Claims in the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal

Published on : 19/04/2022 19 April Apr 04 2022
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Authors: Jenny Inness and Justin Pen The Victorian Supreme Court has held that time limits under the Limitation of Actions Act 1958 (Vic) (“LOA Act”) do not apply to claims based on breaches of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010 (Vic) (“EEO Act”) (the state of Victoria’s chief anti-discrimination legislation), such that there is no strict […] The po... Read more


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