THE APPOINTMENT OF LINDA DESSAU AS ADMINISTRATOR.

      ANNOTATED CONSTITUTION OF THE AUSTRALIAN COMMONWEALTH.   “Such Person as the Queen may Appoint.”   These words refer to the appointment of an acting Governor-General or Administrator of the Government of the Commonwealth, appointed under commission by the Queen. This officer, when so appointed, is authorized to exercise all the powers and functions of Read More …

Has Governor General of Australia His Excellency General, the Honourable David Hurley fled the Commonwealth of Australia?

      On the 27th of January the Governor General of Australia His Excellency General the Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Retd)  fled the Commonwealth of Australia after being served with an enquiry to the validity of his office pending. The Governor of Victoria has been appointed as Administrator by herself on January 27th 2022. Read More …

Judicial Review.

    Unsatisfied with a judicial Decision or the decision of an Executive Officer? At common law, the availability and scope of judicial review is a consequence of the judicial remedy sought. These remedies are the prerogative writs of habeas corpus, quo warranto, mandamus, certiorari, and prohibition, as well as the equitable remedies of injunction Read More …

A DETAILED INTRODUCTION TO THE JURISDICTION OF THE FEDERAL COURT OF AUSTRALIA

Introduction The Federal Court of Australia (the “Federal Court”) was created by the Federal Court of Australia Act 1976 (Cth) under the authority granted to Parliament by s 71 of Ch III of the Australian Constitution (the “Constitution”) to create federal courts other than the High Court of Australia. The Federal Court was once a Read More …

445 MINUTE BY LINDELL

Lindell, one of the Attorney Generals law officers prepared the following document which evidences the knowledge in 1973 prior to the creation of the Royal Style and Titles Act 1973, that no enumerated head of power exists under the Constitution to create an alternate title for the Queen. . NAA: A5034, SRI973/2001 Attorney-General’s Department, Canberra, Read More …

FURTHER LEGAL ARGUMENT TO SUPPORT THE DECISION IN THE DJOKOVIC MATTER BEING ABSENT JURISDICTION AND THE REQUIREMENT OF THE FEDERAL COURT TO REMAKE THE DECISION ACCORDING TO LAW.

In a recent Constitution Watch post we correspond with the Federal Court, cc’ing in various Serbian Consulates, Parliaments and Embassies informing the Court of their jurisdictional errors in the Djokovic case debacle, we present for you the reply and further response. https://constitutionwatch.com.au/notice-to-the-federal-court-of-jurisdictional-error-in-the-matter-of-djokovic-v-minister-of-immigration-citizen-migrant-services-and-multicultural-affairs-mlg116-2022/ Veliki Pozdrav, Greetings Victorian Registry of the Federal Court Australia, . . Thank Read More …

GLOBAL INFLUENCES ON THE AUSTRALIAN JUDICIARY MURRAY GLEESON*

In an open society, a nation’s legal system, and its judiciary, will always be exposed to international influences.  Even when unrecognised, or unacknowledged, they will be reflected in the substantive and adjectival law applied by judges, in the structure and status of the judiciary, and in its relationship with the other branches of government. The Read More …

NOTICE TO THE FEDERAL COURT OF JURISDICTIONAL ERROR IN THE MATTER OF DJOKOVIC V MINISTER OF IMMIGRATION ~ MLG116/2022

  JUDGES: CHIEF JUSTICE ALLSOP, JUSTICE BESANKO and JUSTICE O’CALLAGHAN The Commonwealth of Australia granted Novak a temporary visa on dated 18 November 2021, attached. Once the decision is made to grant the visa, the decision maker is functus officio and cannot revisit the decision because they have changed their mind made an error within Read More …