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MLL323 Constitutional Law Notes

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Constitutional Notes for the unit including material from textbook/lectures etc. for exams.

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Law Australian constitutional law Politics Sovereignty Constitution of Canada Federalism in Canada Politics of the United Kingdom Law of Australia Constitution of Australia Parliamentary sovereignty Constitution Statute of Westminster
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Law Australian constitutional law Politics Sovereignty Constitution of Canada Federalism in Canada Politics of the United Kingdom Law of Australia Constitution of Australia Parliamentary sovereignty Constitution Statute of Westminster
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f. NZ, SAF • 1828: Australian Courts Act 1828 (Imp) o Date of reception of English CL and statutes in NSW and Van Diemens Land o Imperial confirmed power to legislate for Australia o Increased the size of the Legislative Council and constrained the power of the Governor. • 1842—Australian Constitutions Act (UK) passed—first step towards representative government in Australia. Increased the size of the Legislative Council and two-thirds to be elected. Colonies given power to draft their own Constitutions. • 1855—Victorian Constitution is passed o 1975 Consolidation Act; cleaned up all the amendments made up to 1975 • 1865: Colonial Laws Validit...
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