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Australia law Assignment

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Added on: 2023-02-21 10:32:57
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A number of limits arising from the strict separation of judicial power have been recognised under the Constitution at the Commonwealth level. The existence and scope of these limits are a reflection of the existence of the rule of law in Australia.

Do you agree? Why/why not? In answering this question, you must refer to at least two (2) cases dealing with the implied separation of judicial power. Guidance: (These are prompts to consider. DO NOT SIMPLY SET OUT THE ANSWERS TO THESE PROMPTS. THAT WILL NOT BE ENOUGH TO ANSWER THE QUESTION)

In answering this question,

  • explain the different definitions of the rule of law. Which definition (or category of definitions) do you rely on to support your claim.
  • Why is that the most appropriate definition or category of definitions to draw on?
  • Do constitutional implications derived from the separation of judicial power at the Commonwealth level impose limits?
  • Drawing on the cases, explain what those limits are. Do the limits reflect the existence of the rule of law?
  • How do the cases you draw on demonstrate the arguments you rely on to support your claim? for content use from textbook "Public Law and Statutory Interpretation, 2nd edition" don't rely on google as main source.
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