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Case Law Assignment Sem 2 2017

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case law assignment (student answer guide) based on case R v Robertson [2017] QCA 164 (4 August 2017)

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The applicant and her partner McKenzie rented a house together in Deception Bay in 2014. Robertson moved out of the rental house in 2014, but remained in a relationship with McKenzie until October/November 2015.1 In late November 2015, McKenzie obtained a Temporary Protection Order against Robertson.2 In the early morning of 23 January 2016, Robertson threw a lit telephone book doused with petrol, through a window of the Deception Bay property and into a toilet room.3 The fire destroyed the toilet seat and cistern, and the toilet room walls were covered in soot. An insurance estimate calculated the damage at $18,000.4 No one was present in the house at the time. Whilst at the property, Robertson also stole a mower and whipper snipper belonging to the landlord, and pawned them later on that day.5 Robertson pleaded guilty in the District Court to attempte...
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