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Section 38: Enforcing Rights

The following people can take a case to court, if they believe that a right has been threatened or infringed:

  • Anyone representing themselves
  • Anyone acting on behalf of another person who cannot take the case to court
  • Anyone acting as a member of a group, or in the interests of a group or class of people
  • Anyone acting in the public interest
  • An association acting in the interests of its members