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Author Australian Law Reform Commission.

Title The judicial power of the Commonwealth, report : a review of the Judiciary Act 1903 and related legislation / Australian Law Reform Commission
Published Sydney : Australian Law Reform Commission, 2001

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Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 MELB  KL 176 Aus/Rep  2001/92  TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE
 WATERFT LAW  KL 176 Aus/Rep  2001/92  TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE
Description 747 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
4 3/4 in
Series Report / Australian Law Reform Commission ; 92
Report (Australian Law Reform Commission) ; 92
Report (Australian Law Reform Commission) ; 92
Summary The terms of reference required the Commission to inquire into and report on whether the provisions governing the exercise of the judicial power of the Commonwealth in civil matters, which are contained in the Judiciary Act and related Acts, establish and apply the most appropriate arrangements for the efficient administration of law and justice in the exercise of federal jurisdiction. The Commission also was charged with the task of reporting on whether any changes to the law are desirable having regard to constitutional limitations on the exercise of the judicial power of the Commonwealth
Notes "October 2001"
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Also available online via the World Wide Web
In Report (Australian Law Reform Commission ) no:92
Subject Australia. Judiciary Act 1903
Jurisdiction -- Australia.
Judicial power -- Australia.
Australia, Judiciary Act 1903
ISBN 0642487383