Each chapter is tersely written, to get to the nub of the issues and the book includes chapters devoted to practice in various non-Australian jurisdictions including England. Then there are a number of precedents, which are impressive and could serve as inspiration when coming to the matter in Australia, albeit with a need for adaptation to local conditions. The drafting is unfussy, but shot through with careful judgement calls, which are explained in commentaries. 

D W Marks QC, Queensland Law Reporter