The Constitution Act 1975 (Vic) is invalid

A common contention among pseudolaw adherents in Victoria is that their Constitution Act is invalid, not having received royal assent. This has been raised numerous times by Brian Shaw in his cases, (see for example Shaw v Gilsenan [2002] VSC 169) as well as by Wolter Joosse, (see Joossee v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [2002] VSCA 47) and more recently in Westpac v Webb [2019] VSC 180.

It is best answered in a decision of the High Court in Rutledge v Victoria [2013] HCA 60: