res judicata

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Synonyms for res judicata

a matter already settled in court

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3) K H Bailey, 'Appeals to the Privy Council in Constitutional Cases: A Proposal Examined' (1935) 1 Res Judicatae 1.
4) G W Paton, 'Invitees and Related Problems' (1935) 1 Res Judicatae 6.
6) A G Adam, 'The Transfer of Land Act and Forgery' (1935) 1 Res Judicatae 16.
7) Edward I Sykes, 'The "Rule of Law" in the Modern World: W Ivor Jennings, The Law and the Constitution' (1935) 1 Res Judicatae 57.
As an example, Ford notes the citation of T P Fry, 'Land Tenures in Australian Law' (1947) 3 Res Judicatae 158 by the majority of the High Court in Wik Peoples v Queensland (1996) 187 CLR 1.