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Full Legal Foundations A Notes

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All the essential notes required to prepare and to take in to the exam. It includes all the teachers notes and commentaries. Easy to navigate through and does not exclude any crucial information.

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Law Australian constitutional law Australian constitutional crisis Law of Australia Supreme court High Court of Australia Common law Precedent Law of the United States Federal judiciary of the United States Administrative law Judiciary of Russia
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Law Australian constitutional law Australian constitutional crisis Law of Australia Supreme court High Court of Australia Common law Precedent Law of the United States Federal judiciary of the United States Administrative law Judiciary of Russia
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• Mabo v Qld (No 2) (1992) 175 CLR 1. What Law and When • Law was “received” into Queensland in three waves: 1. Under common law principles, English law (statute and common law, so far as relevant to the colony) was received into New South Wales (which then included Queensland) as at 26 January 1788. 2. The Australian Courts Act 1828 (Imp) “updated” the received English law to 28 July 1828. 3. Queensland separated from New South Wales on 6 June 1859. By Order-in-Council, all laws of New South Wales as at that date continued to apply (including both English laws received in 1828 and new laws passed by the New South W...
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