Batten v Police [1998] SASC 6778

In Batten v Police [1998] SASC 6778 the appellant argued that the court was not validly constituted, and that the State of South Australia is not a valid constitutional entity.  These arguments and others were derived from the appellant’s view of the consequences of the Commonwealth of Australia being party to the Treaty of Versailles in 1919, its acceptance as a member of the League of Nations in 1920, and its subsequent membership of the United Nations. The appellant alleges that, … Continue reading Batten v Police [1998] SASC 6778
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