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I.H. Fraser

Lecturer in Law

Degrees and Appointments

  • LL.B., McGill University (1984)
  • LL.M., Columbia University (1992)

Law Society of Upper Canada (Ontario)

  • Barrister and Solicitor (1986-current)
  • Certified Specialist in Civil Litigation (1996-2007)

Professional Practice

Ian Fraser practised as a litigation lawyer (barrister) in Canada from 1984 to 2007. He worked both in the private sector—where he was for a time the Managing Partner of the Ottawa office of Ogilvy Renault (now Norton Rose Canada)—and with the Canadian Department of Justice. In 2007, he and his spouse decided to spend some time living outside North America. Over the past ten years, he has offered advocacy training, consulting, and dispute resolution services to professional organizations, law firms, and practitioners in the Caribbean, Europe, and Australia. He is also trained as a mediator in Australia.

  • Department of Justice Canada, Ottawa (2005-2007)
  • Ogilvy Renault (now Norton Rose Canada), Ottawa (1993-2005)
  • Perley-Robertson, Panet, Hill & McDougall, Ottawa (1984-1989)    

Teaching Experience

  • Visiting Professor, University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law (1991-1992)Sessional Lecturer, University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law (2002-2007)
  • Instructor, Bar Admission Course, Law Society of Upper Canada (1989-2004)
  • Instructor, Ontario Advocates Society (2007)
  • Instructor Training, Australian Advocacy Institute (2014)
  • Instructor, Northern Territory Bar Association (2015-2016)
  • Instructor, Law Society Northern Territory (2015-2016)
  • Conference Presenter, Ontario Bar Association (2007)
  • Conference Presenter, County of Carleton Law Association (1999, 2007)

Professional Memberships

  • Canadian Bar Association (1986-2007)
  • Ontario Bar Association (1995-2007), Pres., Litigation Sec. (East Reg.) (1996-1997)
  • County of Carleton Law Association (1986-2007), Trustee (1996-2007)
  • Advocates Society (1993-2007)
  • Ad Idem (Media Defence Lawyers Association of Canada) (1995-2007)

Selected Publications and Presentations

  • Some Comments on Subsection 92(10) of the Constitution Act 1867 (1984) 29 McGill L.J. 557
  • Fight or Flight: Remedies for the Embattled Franchisee (1994 Annual Institute) Ontario Bar Association
  • Using Prior Inconsistent Statements for Their Truth: the Reformed Rule from R. v. K.G.B. (1996) Ins. L.J., vol. III, no. 1
  • Punitive Damages in Commercial Litigation (1999) Ins. L.J., vol. IV, no. 2
  • Relief from Forfeiture Not Available (1999) Ins. L.J., vol. IV, no. 2
  • Franchise Wars: Franchise Litigation for the General Litigator (1999 Civil Litigation Updated Conference) County of Carleton Law Association
  • Practical Motion Tips (with S. Sviergula) (2007) County of Carleton Law Association
  • Blank Is Not Carte Blanche: Blank v. Canada (A.G.) (2007 Civil Litigation Updated Conference) County of Carleton Law Association
  • Preparation of Witnesses (2007 Professional Retreat) Department of Justice Canada

Courses Currently Taught

LWA322  Moot Court

Contacts

T: 08 8946 6116
E: ian.fraser@cdu.edu.au

Professor Ida Bagus Wyasa Putra

University Professorial Fellow

Degrees and Appointments


• LL.B, Constitutional Law, Udayana University, Denpasar, Bali (1981/1986)
• Master of Law, International Law, Padjadjaran University, Bandung, West Java (1992/1994)
• Ph.D, International Economic Law, Brawijaya University, Malang, East Java (2010)


Professional Experience


• Director of Department of International Law, Faculty of Law Udayana University (1998-2006)
• Legal advisor of the Province Government of Bali, (since 2001)
• Legal advisor of the Regency Government of Jembrana - Bali (since 2005)
• Legal advisor of the City Government of Denpasar – Bali (since 2007)
• Legal advisor of the Regency Government of Klungkung – Bali (since 2009)
• Member of Center for Regulatory Research (CRR), Jakarta (since 2001)
• Member of Independent Supervising Committee for the World Bank’s Community Based Development and Innovative Program in Bali (2001 – 2005)
• Head of Legal Division of the Bali Cultural Heritage Trust (BHT) (since 2001)
• Head of Drafter for Bali Legislation Act on Bali Cultural Heritage Conservation (2001)
• Participating member of Asia Pacific Research Center (APRC) Kobe Gakuin University, Jepang (2003)
• Member of Asia Pacific Intellectual Property Rights (APIPR), Japan International Institute of Invention (JIII), Tokyo, Japan (since 2001)
• Partner at Supancana & Partners, Jakarta, since 2003
• Member of Indonesian Society for Foreign Affair (ISFA) Organizing Team, Directorate General of Social Politics Indonesian Department for Foreign Affair (2004-2005)
• Judge of the Ad-Hoc Arbitration for the Case of Public Transportation Station Construction of the City of Denpasar (September – December 2006)
• Secretary of the Indonesian Arbitration Center (BANI), Representative Office of Denpasar (2007-2012)
• Head of the Board for Cooperation, Domestic and International, Faculty of Law, Udayana University (2007-20015)
• Expert Counselor of Law at Law Office Arjaya Umi Martina & Partners, Bali (since 2011)
• Head of Centre for Law and Ideology (CLI), Faculty of Law Udayana University (since 2013)
• Senior Consultant in the Multiplier Training on Empowering Local Legislation Act on Manpower Productivity, Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration of The Republic of Indonesia in Cooperation with Deutsch Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammeharbelt (GIZ) GMBH Administering Sustainable Economic Development Through Technical and Vocational Education and Training (Sed Tvet) Program (2014)
• Member of Public Services Competition Committee, Ministry of Public Services Manpower The Republic of Indonesia (2015)
• Vice Chairman of Indonesian Chamber of Commerce (ICC) of Bali (2015-2020)
• Head of Drafter for Bali Legislation Act on Facilitation for Preventing Abuse and Illicit Traffic Drug (2015)


Teaching Experience


• Lecture of International Law, International Private Law, International Economic Law, International Business Law, International Contract Law, and International Tourism Law, Faculty of Law Udayana University (since 1988)
• Professor of Law, Faculty of Law, Udayana University (since 2014)
• Lecturer on Indonesian Trade and Investment Law, Post Graduate Program, Faculty of Law, University of Technology Sydney, Australia (1997)
• Guest Lecturer on International Business Law, Summer Law Program, University of San Francisco (1997)
• Guest Lecturer on Business Ethics, School of Business for students and lecture of Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia at Indonesia-Australia Language Foundation (IALF) – Bali, (1998)
• Lecturer on Commercial Law, Master of Management Program, Udayana University (2000 – 2003)
• Lecturer on Tourism Trade Law, Master of Tourism, Udayana University (since 2002)
• Lecturer on International Trade Law, Master of Law, Udayana University (since 2002)
• Lecturer on International Trade Law, Master of Law, University of Tujuh Belas Agustus (UNTAG) Surabaya (2002-2006)
• Guest lecturer on Indonesian Business Law, Studium Generale at International Business Studies Network, Faculty of Economics, Udayana University (2001, 2009)
• Guest lecturer on Cultural Heritage Conservation in Bali, Indonesia Australia Language Foundation (IALF) Bali (1999 – 2003)
• Lecture on Principles of Business Law at Thames Singapore Education, Business School and Mandarin School, Singapore, 2003
• Lecturer on Indonesia’s Legal Tradition Related To Trade and Investment Law, Bali International Program on Asia Studies (BIPAS), Faculty of Literature, Udayana University (since 2008)
• Lecturer on Comparative Customary Law, Faculty of Law, Education, Business and Arts, Charles Darwin University, Darwin, Australia (since 2012)

Ida Putra

Contacts

Yellow 1, Level 3

Antoine J. Bullier

University Professorial Fellow

ETUDES UNIVERSITAIRES
  
Licence en Droit-Faculté de Droit Université de Paris octobre 1969.
D.E.S.(droit privé) (droit français de la famille) Université Paris 2-novembre 1972.
Doctorat d'Etat en Droit (droit français et sud-africain de la famille), Université Panthéon-Assas (Paris 2)- décembre 1977.
Licence ès Lettres-Sorbonne- juin 1970.
Maîtrise ès Lettres Université de Paris 4 - Sorbonne juin 1971.
Doctorat de 3 e cycle  Université Paris -Sorbonne (Paris 4) -juin1977.
LLM  (Diplôme d'études supérieures de droit ).University of Michigan Law
School (Ann Arbor)-décembre 1974.
D.E.A (études françaises).Université Paris 4-Paris Sorbonne-novembre 1982.
Doctorat d'Etat ès Lettres- Université Paris 3 (Sorbonne nouvelle)-janvier 1987.

DECORATION

Chevalier dans l'Ordre des Palmes Académiques.                  

FONCTIONS

Assistant à l'University of Potchefstroom  Transvaal ,1975.
Assistant à l'University of the Witwatersrand Johannesbourg,1977.
Assistant à l'University of Natal  Durban,1978-1981.
Maître-Assistant,Faculté des Lettres,Université de la Réunion,1981-1986.
Chargé de cours,Faculté de droit,Université de la Réunion,1981-1986.
Maître de Conférences,Université Paris 1 (Panthéon-Sorbonne),1986-1989.
Chargé de cours ,Université Sorbonne Nouvelle,(Paris 3),1987-
Maître de conférences ,Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris,1989-
Professeur à l'Université  Paris 1 ( Panthéon -Sorbonne) 1989-
Responsable coordonateur de l'agrégation d'anglais,option civilisation:'Afrique du Sud 1931-1990.'
Membre du jury de l'agrégation d'anglais,option civilisation,avril-juillet 1991.
Rédaction d'un mémoire de 110 pages pour les collègues préparateurs.
Membre du jury de sélection Commission franco-américaine (pour bourses dans des écoles de droit d'universités américaines).
Chargé d'une U.V. à l'Institut du Monde Anglophone,Université Paris III (Introduction au droit et à l'administration du Royaume-Uni.)

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Les Annonces de la Seine,n°17,8 mars 2007 : « La gestion judiciaire américaine e l’après 11 Septembre »,p9.

Revue de Droit pénal et de Criminologie,n°1,jan 2007 : « En faisant voter le Military Commission Act,le président américain reprend l’offensive »,p 64-66.

Revue de Droit international et de Droit comparé,84 e année,3 e trimestre 2007 : « une cour fédérale remet en cause le processus judiciaire établi par l’administration Bush p414-420.

Revue de Droit pénal et de Criminologie,n°5,mai 2007, : «La Cour fédérale d’appel de Washington donne raison à l‘administration Bush »,p 496-498.

.Revue de Droit pénal et de Criminologie,n°6,juin 2007, juin 2007 : « l’affai Charkaoui c.Canada »p602-605.

Revue de Droit pénal et de Criminologie,n°7,juil-août 2007 : « La Commission spéciale des appels (Royaume-Uni)accepte l’extradition d’un Jordanien qui pourrait être torturé à son retour dans le royaume hachémite » p738-741.

Revue de Droit pénal et de Criminologie,n°9-10,sept-oct 2007 : « Une Cour fédérale refuse d’annuler la mise en accusation de J Padilla »p845-846.
  
Revue de Droit international et de Droit comparé,84 e année,4e trimestre 2007 : «L’épreuve judiciaire de la liberté des preuves devant les tribunals australiens »p555-566.

Revue de Droit pénal et de Criminologie,n°11,nov 2007 : « Un juge militaire fait  subir un revers à l’administration Bush »p943-945.

Revue de Droit pénal et de Criminologie,n°1,jan 2008 : « Echange de documents et communication des pièces pour les détenus de Guantanamo »p32-35.

Revue de Droit international et de Droit comparé 85 e année n°4 2008 : «Le droit comparé est-il un passe temps inutile ? ».p 163-172.

Revue de Droit pénal et de Criminologie,n°7-8,juil-août 2008:«La Division du Banc de la reine censure une décision de refus de poursuivre »p796-799.

Les Annonces de la Seine,n°68,8oct 2008, « Détenus de Guantanamo »,p10-11.

Revue de Droit pénal et de Criminologie,n°9-10,sept-oct 2008 : « Les détenus de Guantanamo et l’habeas corpus »p907-910.

Revue de Droit international et de Droit comparé 86 e année N°1  : « La procédure d’habeas corpus et Guantanamo »p157-161. « Perquisitions et saisies chez des Américains hors Etats-Unis »p162-166.(2009)

Brief,vol.35,N°11,Dec 2008 : « On Law and language and the Code »p29-31.

Revue de Droit pénal et de Criminologie,n°12,déc 2008 : « le président Bush reçoit le soutien d’une cour fédérale d’appel en matière de terrorisme »p1230-1232.

Revue de Droit international et de Droit comparé,86e année N°2 2009 : « Confrontation d’experts et hot tubbing p 353-360.

Revue de Droit pénal et de Criminologie,n°4,avril 2009 : « La Cour suprême restreint le domaine de l’exclusion des preuves »p 419-422.

Revue de Droit pénal et de Criminologie,n°5 mai 2009 :La Haute Cour d’Angleterre ne peut faire état de torture »p 590-592.

Revue de Droit pénal et de Criminologie,n°9-10,sept-oct 2009 : «La Cour suprême américaine et l’immunité de souveraineté de l’Etat irakien » p927-929.

Les Annonces de la Seine n°40,5 août 2010 : « Le blocus de Gaza »p5.

Entrée Union sud-africaine dans Dictionnaire de la France libre dir.Broche,Caïtucoli & Muracciole,2010 ,Paris,R.Laffont p 1443-44.

Revue de Droit pénal et de Criminologie,n°7-8,juil-août 2010 : « la Haute Cour  d’Angleterre et la liberté provisoire »p 904-907.

Revue de Droit international et de Droit comparé 87e année N°3 2010 : « La Cour suprême et l’immunité du Saint Siège »p398-401.

Revue de Droit pénal et de Criminologie,n°4 avril 2011 : « L’exécutif américain et l’exécution d’un citoyen US »p382-384.

Revue de Droit international et de Droit comparé 88e annéeN°1 2011 :« La Haute Cour d’Australie et les réfugiés de la mer »p166-170.
  
Revue de Droit international et de Droit comparé  89e année N°4 2012 : « The Pilbara Infrastructure Pty Ltd v Australian Competition  (2012) HCA 36 p615-617.
 
Revue de Droit international et de Droit comparé 90e année N°1 2013: « PT Garuda Indonesia Ltd v Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (2012) HCA33 p95-97.   
 
         

Antoine J. Bullier

Contacts

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New Colombo Plan 2015 - University of Udayana Bali

Nine CDU law students completed two week study course on Balinese Customary Law at Udayana University in Bali  as part of the Commonwealth New Colombo Program 2015. In addition to attending seminars and lectures, students also had the opportunity to participate in an international seminar hosted by Udayana University on the subject of recognition and protection of local communities' rights and traditional knowledge. The students also visited a number of cultural sights, including the High Council of Customary Law Villages, the famous subak irrigation fields and experienced Indonesian culture and hospitality first hand.

School of Law

Donna Storey

Sessional Tutor

Degrees and Appointments

  • Postgraduate Diploma in Arts (Ancient World Studies) (First Class Honours) (University of Melbourne)
  • Graduate Diploma in Arts (Classical Studies and Archaeology) (University of Melbourne)
  • Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice (Charles Darwin University)
  • Bachelor of Laws (Honours) (Charles Darwin University)
  • Darwin Community Legal Service volunteer (2011)
  • Law Society Northern Territory council member (2009–2011)
  • Northern Territory Young Lawyers committee member (2008–2011)

Donna is a sessional tutor with the School of Law at Charles Darwin University. Donna is admitted to practice as a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory.

Professional Practice

Donna has worked in Indigenous policy for the Northern Land Council and Northern Territory Government, and practiced as a commercial lawyer for the Australian Government Solicitor in both the Darwin and Melbourne offices.

Teaching Experience

Donna has worked as a sessional tutor with Charles Darwin University since 2012. Her subjects vary from semester to semester but have previously included Introduction to the Legal System, Property Law, Advanced Property Law, and Indigenous People and Property.


Selected Publications

  • Balance Journal March/April 2010: "Visions of the Mockingbird” (published as Donna Ward).


Courses taught

LWZ111 Introduction to Law (formerly LWZ100A)
LWZ223 Property Law
LWA223 Advanced Property Law
LWB313 Indigenous People and Property

Contacts

E: donna.storey@cdu.edu.au

Charles Darwin University
Darwin NT 0909

Matthew Storey

University Fellow, Sessional Lecturer

Degrees and Appointments

  • Bachelor of Economics (Charles Darwin University )
  • Bachelor of Laws (Hon) (Charles Darwin University)
  • Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice (Australian National University)
  • Masters of Law (Macquarie University )
  • Graduate Diploma of Energy & Resource Law (Melbourne University)
  • Chief Executive Officer, Native Title Services Victoria (2012- present)
  • University Fellow (School of Law) Charles Darwin University (2014 – present)
  • Director and Executive Member, National Native Title Council (2012 – present)
  • Senior Crown Law Officer, Aboriginal Lands Division, NT Department of Justice. (2009-2012)
  • President, Law Society of the Northern Territory (2009-2011)
  • Associate Professor and Head of Law, Charles Darwin University (2007-2009) 
  • Senior Solicitor, Aboriginal Lands Division, NT Department of Justice (2002-2009)
  • Director, Northern Territory Anti-Discrimination Commission (2000-2002)
  • Associate Dean, School of Law, Faculty of Law Business & Arts, NTU 1998 – 2000)  
  • Senior Solicitor, NAALAS Stolen Generations Unit (1996-1998)

Professional Practice

  • Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of Australia
  • Legal Practitioner of the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory
  • Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of the Australian Capital
  • Accredited Mediator (NMAS, LEADR and the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory)
  • Lieutenant (Legal Officer), Royal Australian Navy Reserve

Matthew has instructed and appeared as counsel before great variety of forums from administrative tribunals to the Federal Court and High Court of Australia. He is an experienced mediator having held a number of statutory appointments in the Northern Territory. He regular appears to deliver evidence on native title matters before Parliamentary Committees. He is a former member of the Council of Australian Law Deans and a former Director of the Law Council of Australia.

Teaching Experience

Matthew has taught across many subject areas at CDU including Property, Mining, Indigenous Legal Issues, Professional Responsibility, Vendor & Purchaser, Environmental Law, Military Law, Clinical Legal Education and Constitutional Law His particular interest is in the areas of natural resource management law, native title and Indigenous economic development.

Selected publications & editorships

Matthew’s recent publications and editorial positions include:

  • 'Indigenous Cultural Heritage Management: Federalisms Next Frontier?' (2014) Vol 1.4 ERLB September 2014 – 80.
  • 'FPIC, ICMM and CSR, Alphabet Soup or a Sea Change' (2014) Vol 1.3 ERLB August 2014 - 55.
  • 'Western Australia v Brown: From Confusion to Clarity – for now' (2014) Vol 1.1 ERLB June 2014.
  • '20 Years After Mabo v The Commonwealth Alternative Law Journal' (2012) Vol 37:3 190.
  • 'Mining and Native Title' chapter in Lexis Nexis Energy and Resources Law Loose Leaf Service.
  • 'One Mineral Many Laws: The Regulation Of Uranium Mining in the Northern Territory' (2007) 28 AERLJ 101
  • 'Dealing in Native Title' (2007) 26 AERLJ 56
  • 'Not of this Earth: The Extraterrestrial Nature of Statutory Property in the 21st Century' (2006) 25 AERLJ 51.
  • 'Of Cows & Metal: Why Men Dig Holes' (2005) 24 AERLJ 74.
  • 'From Red Neck to Green Black: Mineral Exploration and Native Title in the Northern Territory' (2003) 20 ELPJ 275.
  • Editorial Panel Member Energy and Resources Law Bulletin
  • Editorial Panel Member Native Title News

Courses Currently Taught

WZ320 Professional Responsibility
LWA223 Advanced Property
LWA 329 Vendor & Purchaser
LWB313 Indigenous People and Property Law

Contacts

E: matthew.storey@cdu.edu.au

Charles Darwin University
Darwin NT 0909

Professor Les McCrimmon

Professor

Degrees and appointments

  • LLB, University of Alberta (1982)
  • LLM (by research), University of Queensland (1988)
  • National Institute for Trial Advocacy - Diplomas in Teaching Advocacy Skills; Trial Advocacy Skills; and Negotiation Skills
  • Mediation Certificate (Bond Dispute Resolution Centre, 2011)
  • Professor of Law, Charles Darwin University
  • Formerly, Full-time Commissioner of the Australian Law Reform Commission
  • Deputy President of the Northern Territory Law Reform Committee
  • Member of the Northern Territory Civil and Administrative Tribunal
  • Member of the Northern Territory Legal Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal
  • Fellow and member of the Board of Directors of the Australian Academy of Law
  • Formerly member of the Northern Territory Legal Practitioners Admission Board
  • Formerly one of four members of the Standing Committee of Attorneys-General (SCAG) Expert Uniform Evidence Act Reference Group
  • Recognised expertise in privacy, evidence law and practice, real property, legal education
  • Six years as a member of the International Steering Committee of the Global Alliance for Justice Education (GAJE)
  • Trained mediator

Professional qualifications

Barrister and Solicitor in Alberta, Canada (1983 - 1990)
Barrister and Solicitor Northern Territory, New South Wales and the High Court of Australia

Les has a wide-ranging practice with a focus on civil litigation.

Teaching experience

Les has taught a range of subject in law schools across Australia, including property law, privacy, torts, evidence, advocacy, evidence and civil procedure. He has held a number of senior academic positions, including Head of School and Pro-Vice Chancellor.

Selected publications

  • Real Property Law in Queensland (4th ed, Law Book Co, 2015) with A Wallace and M Weir
  • Fundamentals of Trial Technique, 3rd Australian Edition (Thomson Reuters, 2011) with T Mauet
  • Reform, regulation and risk: the internationalisation of legislation and legal policy in M Hiscock, W Van Caenegem (eds), The Internationalisation of Law: Legislating, Decision- Making, Practice and Education (Edward Elgar, 2010), 55–70.
  • Justice Education, Law Reform and the Clinical Method in F Bloch (ed) The Global Clinical Movement: Educating Lawyers for Social Justice (OUP, 2010, with E Santow) 211–224.
  • Whose Land is it Anyway? Adverse Possession and Torrens Title in Torrens in the Twenty-First Century (LexisNexis NZ Ltd, 2003) 157–176
  • Compellability and Unavailability under the Uniform Evidence Act: The interaction between sections 18 and 65 (2015) NTLJ (forthcoming)
  • The Uniform Evidence Act and the Anunga Guidelines: Accommodation or annihilation? (2011) 2 NTLJ 91-110
  • Reviewing the Evidence Act 1995: Some emerging themes (2005) 86 Reform 63–66 (with B Alston)
  • Mandating a Culture of Service: Pro Bono in the Law School Curriculum (2003-2004) 14 Legal Ed Rev 53–76
  • Challenging a Potential Juror for Cause: Resuscitation or Requiem? (2000) 23 UNSWLJ 127–146
  • Gametes, Embryos and the Life in Being: The Impact of Reproductive Technology on the Rule Against Perpetuities (2000) 34 Real Prop, Probate and Trusts Jour 697–720
  • Teaching Trial Advocacy: Inviting the Thespian into Blackstone's Tower (1999) 33 Law Teacher 31–49

Courses currently taught

LWZ316 Evidence

Les McCrimmon

Contacts

T: 08 8946 7467
E: les.mccrimmon@cdu.edu.au

Yellow 1, Level 3, Room 51
Charles Darwin University
Darwin NT 0909

New Colombo Plan - Indonesia visit 2014

Sixteen CDU law students completed two week study courses in Indonesia as part of the Commonwealth New Colombo Programme at the end of 2014. Half of the students completed a course on Legal Pluralism at the University of Udayana in Bali. The other half completed a course on International Business Law at the University of Gadjah Mada at Yogyakarta.

In addition to attending seminars and lectures, students also had the opportunity to visit a number of cultural sights and experience Indonesian culture and hospitality.

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