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Australia. Law Reform Commission
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The judicial power of the Commonwealth, report : a review of the Judiciary Act 1903 and related legislation / Australian Law Reform Commission
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Nq 328.94 AUS
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Sydney : Australian Law Reform Commission, 2001
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754
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The Judicial Power of the Commonwealth REPORT A Review of the Judiciary Act 1903 and Related Legislation 1
The Judicial Power of the Commonwealth REPORT A Review of the Judiciary Act 1903 and Related Legislation 3
Contents 7
Terms of Reference 11
Participants 15
Abbreviations 17
Table of Figures 19
Executive Summary 21
List of Recommendations 51
Part A Introduction 1. The Commission's Review 83
2. The Australian Federal Judicial System 95
Part B Original Jurisdiction 3. Original Jurisdiction of the High Court 119
4. Original Jurisdiction of the Federal Court 139
5. Original Jurisdiction of the Family Court 155
6. Original Federal Jurisdiction of State Courts 161
7. Exclusive or Concurrent Jurisdiction? 183
Part C Transfer of Proceedings 8. Introduction to Transfer of Proceedings 203
9. Change of Venue in Federal Courts 217
10. The Case Stated Procedure 229
11. Remittal by the High Court 245
Part D Constitutional Litigation 12. Jurisdiction in Constitutional Matters 259
13. Notice to Attorneys-General 271
14. Intervention by Attorneys-General 285
15. Removal of Causes into the High Court 297
Part E Appellate Jurisdiction of Federal Courts 16. The Federal Appellate System: An Overview 305
17. The Nature of Appeals 317
18. Challenges of Appellate Workload 331
19. Appellate Jurisdiction of the High Court 345
20. Appellate Jurisdiction of the Federal Court 387
21. Appellate Jurisdiction of the Family Court 435
Part F Claims Against the Commonwealth, States and Territories 22. A New Approach to Commonwealth Immunity 447
23. Procedural Immunities and Privileges 467
24. Immunity from Execution 481
25. Liability of the Commonwealth at Common Law and in Equity 493
26. Application of Commonwealth Statutes to the Commonwealth 509
27. Application of Commonwealth Statutes to the States and Territories 521
28. Application of State and Territory Statutes to the Commonwealth 531
29. Liability of Commonwealth Bodies 547
Part G The Law Applicable in Federal Jurisdiction 30. Introduction to the Applicable Law 559
31. A Federal Limitation Statute 575
32. Federal Laws on Procedure 585
33. Federal Choice of Law Rules 591
34. State and Territory Law as Surrogate Federal Law 601
Part H Judicial Power in the Territories 35. Judicial Power in Commonwealth Territories: Overview 619
36. Conferring Federal Jurisdiction on Territory Courts 635
37. Part IXA of the Judiciary Act 643
38. Common Law and Statutory Claims Arising in the Territories 657
39. Appeals from Territory Courts 665
40. Drafting Issues 679
Part I Location, Consolidation and Simplification 41. Location, Consolidation and Simplification 683
Appendix A List of submissions 709
Appendix B Australian Constitution Chapter III The Judicature 711
Table of legislation 715
Table of Cases 729
Index 743

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