'A burger with the works please, hold the prions!': could statutory importation authorities be liable in torts if vCJD occurs in Australia?
Crowley-Cyr, Lynda (2002) 'A burger with the works please, hold the prions!': could statutory importation authorities be liable in torts if vCJD occurs in Australia? Griffith Law Review, 11 (2). pp. 377-407.
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This article explores the potential for public authority liability should an outbreak 01 variant Creutzfeldl-Jacob Disease occur in Australia, Discussion will focus on authorities which are empowered to watch over the importation of consumable beef products that could seriously threaten public health. This analysis is hypothetical. While no cases have yet been recorded in Australia, the spectre of mass contamination lends considerable imperative to appropriate governmental response.
|Item Type:||Article (Refereed Research - C1)|
Reproduced with permission from the Griffith Law Review.
|Keywords:||Creutzfeldt-Jacob disease; public authority liability|
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