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but students were not penalised, provided that they pleaded the breach of contract appropriately. Warning: You cannot screen oysters in the manner outlined in the question. The fictitious screening method I set out was purely for the purpose of keeping the assessment exercise simple.
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IN THE SUPREME COURT OF VICTORIA No. 1146 of 2009 AT MELBOURNE BETWEEN: MICHEL MICHELIN Plaintiff and RAYMOND BLAND Defendant DEFENCE AND COUNTERCLAIM _____________________________________________________________________ Date of document: 11 May 2009 Filed on behalf of: The Defendant Prepared by: French and Finch Solicitors Code: 6689 Solicitors Tel: 8611 1123 135 Wharf Lane Fax: 8611 1121 MELBOURNE VIC 3000 DX: Melbourne 121 Ref: TP 134 Email: [email protected]&f.com.au _____________________________________________________________________ DEFENCE To the Statement of Claim dated 4 May 2009, the defendant says as follows: 1. He admits paragraph 1. 2. As to paragraph 2, he says: a) the plaintiff opened an account for the defendant on the 10 th of August 2008, b) accounts have been sent by the plaintiff to the defendant every 10 weeks, c) no specific agreement was reached with respect to terms of repayment, d) he otherwise denies each and every allegation in paragraph 2. 3. He refers to paragraph 2 of this defence above and does not admit paragraph 3.
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4. He admits that the plaintiff forwarded him an invoice seeking payment of $70,000 on 14 March 2009 but otherwise denies the allegations in paragraph 4. 5. He admits that he has not paid the invoice as alleged in paragraph 5 and says further that by reason of the matters in paragraphs 8-12 below, he is not obliged to do so. 6. He denies paragraph 6. 7. If the defendant is liable to the plaintiff as alleged, he will then seek to set off so much of his counterclaim below as is sufficient to extinguish the plaintiff’s claim.
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