Motor and Traffic Law Victoria 2013 (eBook)
|Author(s) :||Marquis, J; Walsh-Buckley, W J; Voyage, J|
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|Published :||February, 2013|
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Motor and Traffic Law Victoria 2013 comprises the Road Safety Act 1986, the Road Safety Road Rules 2009, Road Safety (General) Regulations 2009 and the Road Safety (Drivers) Regulations 2009, fully annotated by fully annotated by John Marquis, Warwick J Walsh – Buckley and John Voyage.
This comprehensive guide to Motor and Traffic Law in Victoria contains essential legislation that has been fully annotated and is organised in a clear and accessible fashion, making it a user-friendly legal reference tool for practitioners.
Currency 1 January 2013.
This work has been extracted from the two-volume looseleaf service Motor and Traffic Law Victoria.
• Expert annotations from John Marquis, Warwick J Walsh-Buckley and John Voyage
• eBook format providing the customer with searchable and portable access to Motor and Traffic Law Victoria
• Provides an easy to understand explanation of the legislative provisions
• Road Safety Act 1986
• Road Safety (General) Regulations 2009
• Road Safety (Drivers) Regulations 2009
• Road Safety Road Rules 2009
John Marquis is a former police prosecutor and for seven years the Officer in Charge of the Research and Training section of the Prosecutions Division of the Victorian Police Force. John is currently a Barrister at Law in Victoria.
Walsh-Buckley, W J
Warwick J Walsh-Buckley is a Barrister at Law in Victoria specialising in defending motorists charged with drink driving and other serious traffic offences.
John Voyage has practiced in personal injury law for his entire career. John's commitment to his specialty aims at redressing the balance between powerful insurers, such as the Transport Accident Commission (TAC), and people vulnerable through injury and consequent loss of income.
John has assisted many thousands of clients in their disputes with the TAC. These have included test cases protecting clients' rights, and extending (or clarifying) TAC's responsibilities.
John chairs the Law Institute of Victoria's TAC Committee, is a member of the Road Trauma Committee, and has been a state and national convenor for the Motor Vehicle Accident Special Interest Group within the Australian Lawyers Alliance. John has also been involved in many hands-on efforts with outreach groups.