Lumb, Moens and Trone The Constitution of the Commonwealth of Australia Annotated - 8th Edition
|Author(s) :||Moens , G and Trone, J|
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|Published :||November, 2011|
Hogan v Hinch (2011) 85 ALJR 398 (implied freedom of political communication)
South Australia v Totani (2010) 271 ALR 662 (Kable principle)
Kirk v Industrial Relations Commission (2010) 239 CLR 531 (privative clauses)
Rowe v Electoral Commissioner (2010) 273 ALR 1 (closure of electoral rolls)
· A combination of primary resources and comments by highly respected authors provides a section by section annotation of the Commonwealth of Australia.
· The lay-out provides a clear distinction between Constitution and commentary ensures students can easily identify the important commentary of the author.
· The introduction gives students an introduction to important principles of Constitutional law, like the history and general themes such as federalism as well as other important Constitutional matters which don?t fall into the section by section annotation.
About the Authors
Gabriel A Moens is Dean and Professor of Law at Murdoch University. He is an award winning teacher of law and is a much published and noted author.
Dr John Trone has research interests in constitutional law, comparative law and international law. He has authored a large number of publications, including Federal Constitutions and International Relations.
Constitution of the Commonwealth of Australia - Preamble
1. The Parliament
2. The Executive Parliament
3. The Judicature
4. Finance and Trade
5. The States
6. New States
8. Alternation of the Constitution
Appendix: Section 92: The Pre-Cole Jurisprudence
Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act