E-tolls: Legal firm to defend first non-compliant user for free

2013-11-25 13:16

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Legal firm Findlay & Niemeyer Inc has offered to defend the first non-compliant e-toll road user as a test case.

“The prospective test case client, and the basis of his or her complaint, would need to be carefully selected to ensure that the real toll road issues are put cogently before the court.”

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