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This has been interpreted using a criterion of liability approach. It has been treated as prohibiting property tax but not all taxes which impinge on property: 1. e.g. rates are clearly covered by s 114 (since the relationship between the taxpayer and property is the criterion of liability) but income tax derived from the use of property is not a proscribed property tax (since here, the criterion of liability is the earning of income). s 106: States constitutions and state laws continue to apply, subject to Cth Constitution until changed. A state's constitution continues until that state changes it. It has been suggested that this limits Cth power, but it lacks clarity, especially with regards the central question of what is a state constitution, since some aspects are entre...
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