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Constitutional Law Notes

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Constitutional Law Notes — Covers all main areas of Australian Constitutional Law (e.g. implied freedom of political communication, corporations, trade and commerce, nationhood, inconsistency (s 109), external affairs etc.)

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.................................................... 3 SEPERATION OF POWERS-­‐ THE EXECUTIVE ....................................................................................... 5 CONSTITUTION OF PARLIAMENT AND VOTING RIGHTS: ................................................................... 9 INTERPRETATION OF CONSTITUTION: ............................................................................................. 11 IMPLIED RIGHT TO VOTE: ................................................................................................................ 12 IMPLIED FREEDOM OF POLITICAL COMMUNICATION ..................................................................... 13 1. Trade and Commerce Power .................................................................................................. 17 2. Corporations Power ...
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