Instructions: You must write a case-note on one of the five following cases. Your case-note must conform to the structure set out in these instructions. The required structure is: (i) facts of the case (200 words); (ii) the court’s decision (200 words) and (iii) why this case is important (1400 words). The word counts in brackets are recommended word counts for each section. However, your discussion of why the case is important must be at least 1000 words.
In Louth v Diprose, appellant is Carol Mary Louth and respondent is Donald Louis Diprose. The issues before the hight court is to decide, whether transaction to the house between the parties was lawful or unlawful.
The facts of the case involve appellant (Louth) and respondent (Diprose). In 1981, both parties met and became friends. Appellant informed respondent about moving to Adelaide. Upon hearing this respondent purpose for marriage, but was rejected. Respondent moved to Adelaide with her sister. Respondent followed appellant to the same city. In 1983, appellant reconnected with respondent wherein they began having conversations regularly. Respondent began paying appellants household bills and provided her with gifts.
Shortly after, appellant informed respondent about …show more content…
The facts of the case upon reading, felt like they have been deliberately left out. The facts are made to look as appellant had been labelled as perpetrator before beginning of the trail. Throughout the trails, until high court; appellant has been label as individual who has manufactured a atmosphere of crisis. However, such is not the case for defendant, when reading facts of the case; it was reveals that defendant understood many of the consequence before perusing his interest towards the appellant. For instance, facts reveal that defendant had actually followed appellant to the city where she was