Buckingham Gate International Pty Ltd v Australia New Zealand Banking Group Limited [2000] NSWSC 946

Buckingham Gate International Pty Ltd v Australia New Zealand Banking Group Limited [2000] NSWSC 946:

The appellants contended that there has been an unremedied “break in sovereignty” in Australia that was said to lead to the conclusion that some at least of the legislation apparently passed by the Parliament of the Commonwealth (or by one or more State Parliaments) is invalid, and that the Constitution, being one for a self-governing colony, is somehow rendered a nullity by the change in sovereign character of the Commonwealth of Australia into a fully sovereign state.

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