Singh v Commonwealth of Australia [2004] HCA 43

Singh v Commonwealth of Australia [2004] HCA 43 details the concept of the Crown as a body politic, as opposed to the personal capacity of the monarch. Constitution of New South Wales by Anne Twomey. (pg 386): While the Crown remained indivisible, a British subject was outside the denotation of the term “alien”.  However, when the Crown divided, so to speak, the denotation of the term “subject of the Queen” changed.  As a result, British subjects no longer owed permanent … Continue reading Singh v Commonwealth of Australia [2004] HCA 43
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