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Niece Sues Over abuse

A WOMAN is suing her uncle for injuries she claims she suffered when he allegedly molested her as a child.
In the District Court in February, the woman was given leave to begin proceedings against her uncle over personal injuries she alleged she suffered from 1988 to 1994.
The woman, now 21, claimed her uncle sexually assaulted her many times when she was aged between four and 10. She says she suffered psychological injuries.
The limitation period to bring an action expired on February 20 and the woman's lawyers brought an urgent application on February 17.
A judge granted the application in the absence of the man but the man later applied to have the ruling of February 17 set aside.
In a judgment which became available yesterday, Judge John Robertson dismissed the man's application which allowed the woman's action to continue.

Courier Mail (7-6-2005)
Mark Oberhardt


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