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   * Bellgrove v Eldridge (([1954] HCA 36))   * Bellgrove v Eldridge (([1954] HCA 36))
   * [[http://​www.austlii.edu.au/​cgi-bin/​sinodisp/​au/​cases/​cth/​HCA/​1986/​82.html|Darlington ​ Futures Ltd v Delco Australia Pty Ltd|]] (([1986] HCA 82)) Mason, Wilson, Brennan, Deane and Dawson JJ.   * [[http://​www.austlii.edu.au/​cgi-bin/​sinodisp/​au/​cases/​cth/​HCA/​1986/​82.html|Darlington ​ Futures Ltd v Delco Australia Pty Ltd|]] (([1986] HCA 82)) Mason, Wilson, Brennan, Deane and Dawson JJ.
-    * the interpretation of an exclusion clause is to be determined by construing the clause according to its natural and ordinary meaning,  +    * // the interpretation of an exclusion clause is to be determined by construing the clause according to its natural and ordinary meaning, ​// 
-    * read in the light of the contract as a whole,  +    * // read in the light of the contract as a whole, ​// 
-    * thereby giving due weight to the context in which the clause appears including the nature and object of the contract, and,  +    * // thereby giving due weight to the context in which the clause appears including the nature and object of the contract, and, // 
-    * where appropriate,​ construing the clause contra proferentem in case of ambiguity.  +    * // where appropriate,​ construing the clause contra proferentem in case of ambiguity. ​// 
-    * ...the same principle applies to the construction of limitation clauses.+    * // ...the same principle applies to the construction of limitation clauses. ​//
   * [[http://​www.austlii.edu.au/​cgi-bin/​sinodisp/​au/​cases/​cth/​HCA/​2004/​52.html|Toll (FGCT) Pty Ltd v Alphapharm Pty Ltd]] (([2004] 291 CLR 165))   * [[http://​www.austlii.edu.au/​cgi-bin/​sinodisp/​au/​cases/​cth/​HCA/​2004/​52.html|Toll (FGCT) Pty Ltd v Alphapharm Pty Ltd]] (([2004] 291 CLR 165))
   * Environmental Systems v Peerless Holdings Pty Ltd (Court of Appeal) (( [2008] 19 VR 358 ))   * Environmental Systems v Peerless Holdings Pty Ltd (Court of Appeal) (( [2008] 19 VR 358 ))

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