LAWS2011 Federal Constitutional Law – Full Notes + Scaffolds

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  • UniversityUniversity of Sydney
  • AreaLaw
  • CourseLAWS2011 Federal Constitutional Law
  • ProfessorProfessor Peter Gerangelos
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  • Authorjbeaumont2017
  • Created2016
  • Pages147
  • Approved11 March 2017

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About these notes

Immaculately formatted notes with scaffolds for answering problem questions + two example PQ and answers at the end of each topic.


These are complete and clear course summary notes for Federal Constitutional Law at University of Sydney.


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Major topics covered in these notes are:

  • Overview
  • The External Affairs Power – S51(Xxix)
  • The Corporations Power – S51(Xx)
  • The Taxation Power – S51(Ii) & S55
  • The Grants Power – (S96)
  • The Excise Power
  • The Defence Power – S51(Vi)
  • The Freedom Of Inter-State Trade – S92
  • The Doctrine In The Communist Party Case
  • The Implied Freedom Of Political Communication
  • Intergovernmental Immunities

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