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Full Exam Notes for Federal Constitutional Law

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Concise & brief exam notes covering only examinable topics for final exam. Good for bringing into the final open book exam.

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Australian constitutional law Law Constitution of Australia Polyukhovich v Commonwealth Commonwealth v Tasmania R v Burgess; Ex parte Henry Treaty Dietrich V Queen Victoria v Cth
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Australian constitutional law Law Constitution of Australia Polyukhovich v Commonwealth Commonwealth v Tasmania R v Burgess; Ex parte Henry Treaty Dietrich V Queen Victoria v Cth
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INTRODUCTION • Sec]on 51 (xxix) confers upon the Commonwealth Parliament the power to legislate with respect to external affairs. This is known as the external affairs head of power. At the ]me of federa]on, Australia had strong legal ]es to Britain which was not seen as a 'foreign power', and thus this power was probably conferred to legislate with regards to such relevant ma/ers. However, the power has since changed as Australia became en]rely independent. ➢ Consequently, the scope of the external affairs power has been subject to extensive judicial and academic debate. HC has recognised three limbs of the...
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