Joosse v Australian Securities and Investment Commission [1998] HCA 77

In Joosse v Australian Securities and Investment Commission [1998] HCA 77 the applicants contended that there had been “…an unremedied, perhaps even irremediable, “break in sovereignty” in Australia” by the Treaty of Versailles so that subsequent legislation is invalid, and further contended that since the references in the Constitution to the Queen were intended as references to the Queen “in the sovereignty of the United Kingdom” since the Royal Style and Titles Act 1973 (Cth), the Royal Assent has not been validly given, and that … Continue reading Joosse v Australian Securities and Investment Commission [1998] HCA 77
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