The existence or otherwise of a discrete body of law apt to be described as sports law remains a subject for debate among commentators1. It is contended on the one hand that sports law is no more than the application of general principles of law to a field of human activity known as sport; and on the other hand that the activity itself has generated special rules of law.
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