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Principles of Australian Public Law - 3rd Edition
Your Price: $77.70
Format: Academic, Softcover, 650 pages , Book
The latest in Australian Public Law explained
The third edition of Principles of Australian Public Law focuses on State constitutional law, and deals with the relevant parts of public international law that affect the municipal or domestic public law in Australia. The book adds a new chapter on Aboriginals and public law, with a special emphasis on the public law aspects of the Mabo Case. New material also appears on international law as part of our public law and diplomatic immunities and privileges, as well as a new section on the judicial power of the Commonwealth.
· New chapter on Aboriginals and public law, emphasising the public law aspects of the Mabo Case
· New material on international law as part of our public law and diplomatic immunities and privileges
· New section on the judicial power of the Commonwealth
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3. The Rule of Law
4. Separation of Powers and Judicial Powers
5. Legislative Powers
6. Parliamentary Privilege
7. Electing the Legislatures
8. The Executive
9. Judicial Independence
10. Judicial Review
11. The Ombudsman
12. Human Rights
13. Freedom of Information
14. Public International Law
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