CONSTITUTIONAL IMPLICATIONS (I) & (II): DOCTRINES OF EQUALITY AND DEMOCRACY

Much of Australian constitutional law involves the consideration of implications said to be found within the Australian Constitution. The development of the notion of ‘implied rights’ has brought the topic to prominence, but implications are of great significance in all areas of interpretation. This article, the first of a pair, examines how and when constitutional Read More …

Does an Instrument exist giving license to create the Queen & Crown of Australia?

If an enumerated power fails to exists within the Commonwealth Constitution to create a pretend adopted title of Queen in conflict with the entrenched requirement found within the  covering clauses, how can a valid claim to this fact be without merit unless it is to decieve an unsuspecting public based on a general acceptance beyond Read More …

WARRANTS AND PATENTS.

By Warrant under The Queen’s Sign Manual these are submitted to I he Queen by a Secretary of State (usually the Home Secretary). These Warrants are prepared by the Crown Office on receipt of instructions from the originating 1)epartment known as a “giving effects letter”. .\lIer Ihe Queen has signed the Warrant. the submitting Minister Read More …

CHILDREN AND CHILDREN’S RIGHTS IN THE CONTEXT OF FAMILY LAW

Research carried out in Australia and elsewhere over the past two decades has constantly shown the psychological benefits to children in maintaining the links with both parents, regardless of the fact that the adult relationship has broken down. However, where parents are abusive, dysfunctional or unwilling to maintain contact, the research shows that the consequences Read More …