Hoxton Park Residents’ Action Group Inc. v Liverpool City Council [2010] NSWSC 1312

Hoxton Park Residents' Action Group Inc. v Liverpool City Council [2010] NSWSC 1312 concerned a development approval given by the Liverpool City Council (the first defendant), to the Malek Fahd Islamic School Ltd, (the second defendant). The third defendant was … Continue reading Hoxton Park Residents’ Action Group Inc. v Liverpool City Council [2010] NSWSC 1312
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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, … Continue reading Halliday v The Commonwealth of Australia [2000] FCA 950
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Maxwell Hugh Wilson

Maxwell and Dorothy Wilson received a sequestration order and failed to make out and file with the Official Receiver a statement of affairs, and were subsequently convicted. They contended that the manner in which the magistrate had proceeded was unlawful by … Continue reading Maxwell Hugh Wilson
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Independent Sovereign State of Australia

The "Independent Sovereign State of Australia" was an attempt at secession from Australia, but not in the usual form. It claimed to be a body politic of its own, with members in each State, who by their association, meant their … Continue reading Independent Sovereign State of Australia
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Act of Settlement 1700

A Protestant Monarchy The Act of Settlement 1700 was passed to settle the succession to the English and Irish crowns to Protestants only... "...all and every person and persons who shall or may take or inherit the said crown."  The next Protestant … Continue reading Act of Settlement 1700
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Hubner v Erbacher [2004] QDC 345

In Hubner v Erbacher [2004] QDC 345 the appellant had homemade number plates attached to his vehicle as if it were a number plate issued pursuant to the regulation. He directed his arguments towards demonstrating that either the relevant regulation was … Continue reading Hubner v Erbacher [2004] QDC 345
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Deputy Commissioner of Taxation v Casley [2017] WASC 161

After nearly a 50 year standoff with the micronation, in Deputy Commissioner of Taxation v Casley [2017] WASC 161 1 Justice Le Miere of the Supreme Court of Western Australia ordered "Prince Leonard" Casley of the Principality of Hutt River, … Continue reading Deputy Commissioner of Taxation v Casley [2017] WASC 161
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“Humbly Relying on the Blessing of Almighty God”

The phrase "Humbly relying on the Blessing of Almighty God" in the Preamble to the Constitution is misinterpreted by many constitutional theorists as implying a hierarchy of the Bible over the Constitution. One of these is Steven Spiers, in his "Realm … Continue reading “Humbly Relying on the Blessing of Almighty God”
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Section 116 – Religious Freedom

Section 116 provides: "The Commonwealth shall not make any law for establishing any religion, or for imposing any religious observance, or for prohibiting the free exercise of any religion, and no religious test shall be required as a qualification for … Continue reading Section 116 – Religious Freedom
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