Halliday v The Commonwealth of Australia [2000] FCA 950

In Halliday v The Commonwealth of Australia [2000] FCA 950 the applicants sought declarations that thirty three Acts and three regulations “establishing the New Taxation System and the Goods and Services Tax” were invalid.  The applicants were represented by David Fitzgibbon, who argued that the Acts were not passed by a validly elected Senate as required by the Constitution, since Section 10 of the Australia Act 1986 (Cth) terminated the responsibility of the United Kingdom Government in relation to State matters, yet the Government of the … Continue reading Halliday v The Commonwealth of Australia [2000] FCA 950
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