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A set of summarized 34-page notes, suitable for a quick reference for the final exam.

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Technology Politics Law Labor Business Social Issues Entertainment War Australian constitutional law Politics of Australia Case law Commonwealth v Tasmania R v Burgess; Ex parte Henry Victoria v Commonwealth Australian Communist Party v Commonwealth Pape v Commissioner of Taxation Cole v Whitfield Section 51 of the Constitution of Australia
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Topics this document covers:
Technology Politics Law Labor Business Social Issues Entertainment War Australian constitutional law Politics of Australia Case law Commonwealth v Tasmania R v Burgess; Ex parte Henry Victoria v Commonwealth Australian Communist Party v Commonwealth Pape v Commissioner of Taxation Cole v Whitfield Section 51 of the Constitution of Australia
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1: The Commerce Power 2 8 Week 6.1 Taxation Power :Source of power: s51(ii) 14 Characterisation: the process of asking if a law is within power 1. Understanding the subject matter (or purpose) of the heads of power in s51 2. Whether a given law is ‘with respect to’ one of the heads of power This approach results in case-by-case development of scope of various heads of power, and allows for adjustment in conceptual understanding ...
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