High Court of Australia

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High Court of Australia

set up by the Constitution to be guardian and interpreter of the Constitution, it also has an original jurisdiction and serves as the final court of appeal, hearing appeals from the State Supreme Courts.
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Shares of Lanco Infratech increased above 8 percent on Monday after the Supreme Court of Australia declared judgement for coal supply supporting Griffin Coal Mining Company PTY Ltd, which is a subsidiary of Lanco Infratech.
Justice Joanne Harrison, Judge of the State Supreme Court of Australia, Ms.

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