The new CROWN REFERENCES AMENDMENT BILL 2023 fails to make any provision for the Queens title to carry over to the new Monarch, King Charles III. Still to this day there is no title created for King Charles III to adopt for use in relation to Australia and its Territories nor its States. therefore the Commonwealth is without a lawful monarch.


8. The Bill would not amend all legislative references to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. For example, the Bill would not make amendments to the Royal Style and Titles Act 1973 and the Australia Act 1986, amendments to such Acts potentially require the request or concurrence of the State Parliaments. The Bill will also not amend provisions that refer to “Her Majesty in Council” or “Queen in Council”, which are provisions that limited the ability to appeal matters to the Privy Council (UK) in various circumstances. Those provisions have effectively been superseded with the enactment of the Australia Act 1986