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Comprehensive Fed Notes covering more than half of the semesters topics. Include everything you needs to know for topics in exam.

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Australian constitutional law Law Politics of Australia Amalgamated Society of Engineers v Adelaide Steamship Co Ltd Constitution of Australia High Court of Australia Precedent Reserved powers doctrine United States Constitution Jumbunna Coal Mine NL v Victorian Coal Miners’ Association Baxter v Commissioners of Taxation
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Australian constitutional law Law Politics of Australia Amalgamated Society of Engineers v Adelaide Steamship Co Ltd Constitution of Australia High Court of Australia Precedent Reserved powers doctrine United States Constitution Jumbunna Coal Mine NL v Victorian Coal Miners’ Association Baxter v Commissioners of Taxation
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It then goes on to legislate about the Commonwealth and not so much the States. • It restrains the powers of the 3 arms of government – executive, legislature and judiciary. Section 51 is the core provision which sets out what the heads of power can legislate on. ▪▪ For example, the Commonwealth does not have the legislative power to make policies on health, education etc. The Commonwealth however, continually do this. They do this by using s 96 and gaining a ‘grant’ from the States. It is a bargain between the Commonwealth and the State in which the Commonwealth provides financial assistance to the States in exchange to legislate for a particular area. Three key concepts that underpin our Constitution which may give rise to limitations on Commonwealth power: • Federalism – two tiers of government in which t...
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