The Federal Judicature: Chapter III of the Constitution, 2nd edition
The Federal Judicature: Chapter III of the Constitution, 2nd Editionis an accessible examination and analysis of the federal judicial system under Ch III of the Constitution
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Chapter III of the Constitution is at the centre of the constitutional structures of government in Australia. Its provisions create the Federal judicature and define the way in which it operates. Its interpretation has had a pivotal role in the design and operation of all institutions of government at the Federal, State and Territory levels. This book considers this important part of the Constitution.
The second edition has been fully revised to include developments since 2010 such as:
- the extensive development of the Kable principles
- the developments on how State laws apply in federal jurisdiction
- the exercise of federal jurisdiction by State and Territory tribunals
- many other important cases across established Ch III principles
- Authoritative analysis and discussion
- Accessible explanations of complex area of law
- Develops deep understanding of the role of the federal jurisdiction in Australia
Hanks, Gordon & Hill, Constitutional Law in Australia, 4th ed, 2018
Keyzer, Goff & Fisher, Principles of Australian Constitutional Law, 5th ed, 2017
Meagher et al, Hanks Australian Constitutional Law: Materials and Commentary, 10th ed, 2017
Moens & Trone, Lumb, Moens & Trone: The Constitution of the Commonwealth of Australia Annotated, 9th ed, 2016
Richardson (ed by Stubbs), Australia’s Constitutional Government, 2017
Table of contents
Ch 1 Introduction
Ch 2 The Crown and the Federal Judicature
Ch 3 The Federal Judicature as the Third Great Arm of State
Ch 4 Defining Judicial Power
Ch 5 Exclusive Exercise of Judicial Power and Exceptions
Ch 6 Due Process and Equality Before the Law
Ch 7 Original Jurisdiction
Ch 8 Federal Courts
Ch 9 State and Territory Courts Exercising Federal Jurisdiction
Ch 10 The Law Applicable in Federal Jurisdiction
Ch 11 High Court’s Appellate Jurisdiction
Ch 12 Section 80 Jury Trials
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Australia’s Constitutional GovernmentAUD$ 114.00
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