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Set of Exam Notes for Constitutional Law

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These notes are a condensed summary of the major topics for constitutional law. I have a second set of notes which I will upload that are more in-depth.

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Australian constitutional law Constitution of Australia Law Section 51 of the Constitution of Australia Commonwealth v Tasmania Polyukhovich v Commonwealth R v Burgess; Ex parte Henry Treaty Law of Australia Section 51(xxix) of the Constitution of Australia Koowarta v Bjelke-Petersen Mason Murphy Victoria v Cth
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Australian constitutional law Constitution of Australia Law Section 51 of the Constitution of Australia Commonwealth v Tasmania Polyukhovich v Commonwealth R v Burgess; Ex parte Henry Treaty Law of Australia Section 51(xxix) of the Constitution of Australia Koowarta v Bjelke-Petersen Mason Murphy Victoria v Cth
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It is a broad power and has been interpreted as enabling the Commonwealth to enact laws into domestic law that give effect to the treaty, and allows the Parliament to regulate any activity occurring outside Australia [both Koowarta and Tasmanian Dams Case emphasized this]. Power is plenary (Koowarta)- Parliament can legislate for both the ratification of the treaty and the carrying out of its effects. The law is not entirely settled in this area- different judges have expressed different views. This power has three (3) limbs: 1) Australias relations with other countries (Sharkey; Seas and Submerged Lands) 2) Matters external to Australia (geographically) (Warcrimes Cas...
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