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Rooty Hill RSL v Karimi

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Rooty Hill, New South Wales Karimi Returned and Services League of Australia Australia Smith
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Allied Security Group Ltd (Allied) staff, employed by the Club, intervened and the patrons were evicted. One of the evicted patrons, Mr Smith left the Club carpark only to return a short time later to one of the Club's other carparks, where he attacked the other patron, Mr Karimi. Mr Karimi sued the Club and Allied for negligence and Mr Smith in trespass. The court found in favour of Mr Karimi against all three defendants. The Club and Allied appealed the decision and the matter was heard by the New South Wales Court of Appeal. Material Facts of the Case 1. Rooty Hill RSL Club (Club) operated licensed premises for the public. 2. Allied Security Group Ltd (Allied) was engaged by the Club to provide security staff to the premises. 3. An initial assault occurred ins...
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