The Office of Governor of Queensland

There are several misconceived premises relating to the Office of Governor of Queensland that appear to be doing the rounds online. The first contention is succinctly explained in  Dooney v Henry [2000] HCA 44 (from 19): 1 “The next matter which the respondent raises is the so called “interregnum argument” based upon an asserted deficiency in the appointment of Lord Gowrie VC as Governor-General and in the giving of Royal Assent to the Act. The substance of the same argument is … Continue reading The Office of Governor of Queensland
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