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Thorough set of notes containing all topics for second half of the semester. Excellent resource for exam.

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Australian constitutional law South Australia v Commonwealth Polyukhovich v Commonwealth Victoria v Commonwealth Australian Tape Manufacturers Association Ltd v Commonwealth Kruger v Commonwealth Australian Communist Party v Commonwealth Henderson v Defence Housing Authority
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Australian constitutional law South Australia v Commonwealth Polyukhovich v Commonwealth Victoria v Commonwealth Australian Tape Manufacturers Association Ltd v Commonwealth Kruger v Commonwealth Australian Communist Party v Commonwealth Henderson v Defence Housing Authority
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987--‐9 Special Laws Deemed Necessary for People of Any Race • Koowarta v Bjelke--‐Petersen (1982) 153 CLR 168: RDA valid under external affairs powers but not under race power o Facts: Cth agency purchased land in far north Qld to transfer to Aboriginal group which Koowarta was a member of; Qld govt. blocked the transfer citing it didn’t view the transfers for Aboriginal development as favourable →→ Koowarta sued based on RDA→→ Qld challenged constitutional validity of the Act o Races power could not be invoked to support the RDA because it did not protect any one particular race and...
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