NOTE: This website is an ongoing work in progress We welcome community participation constructing this, particularly if readers are aware of ongoing or recent cases and developments in the particular point of law, PLEASE inform us of this in the comments section of the article so we can update the article. ICONS: (at … Continue reading Website INDEX
There are some absurd speculations being circulated around the internet about St. Edward's Crown being a foreign realm to the Imperial Crown. This is also the contention Steven Spiers tries to establish in his paper "Realm and Commonwealth" and due to this false conclusion he asserts that there exists no line of authority to the … Continue reading St. Edward’s Crown
The phrase "Humbly relying on the Blessing of Almighty God" in the Preamble to the Constitution 1 is misinterpreted by many constitutional theorists as implying a hierarchy of the Bible over the Constitution. One of these is Steven Spiers, in his "Realm and Commonwealth" and "Realm and Man" papers. As already covered in previous chapters, there … Continue reading “Humbly Relying on the Blessing of Almighty God”
It is a common premise among some constitutional theorists in Australia that because the Colonial Boundaries Act 1895 was repealed at Federation, there exists no borders between States. One example of this can be found on page 60 and 63 in Steven Spiers "Realm and Man" where he states "...the repeal of the Colonial Boundaries … Continue reading Australia has no State borders
I often see this quote posted online, but have been unable to confirm its attribution or the existence of its alleged author: "The continued usage of the Australian Constitution Act (UK) by the Australian Governments and the judiciary is a confidence trick of monstrous proportions played upon the Australian people with the intent of maintaining … Continue reading So what happened in 1919?
Recieved 2018-12-19 12:26:35 (1) Hello, first thank you for your work, it is most informative. I wish to ask you about the full capital letters where you say Romley Stewart is wrong. I refer you to the Commonwealth Style manual, Sixth edition, page 121 says a name has initial capital letters. Page 291 says full … Continue reading Feedback from Rohan Brown
Yet to be edited. The blue background flag was our first national flag. The red flag had no legal status beyond the original British Admiralty authorisations which only related to use at sea. It wasn′t until the Flags Act 1953 (enacted 1954) was passed by the Menzies Government that Australia finally had an official national … Continue reading The Wrong Flag
Yet to be edited. The abolition of the Upper House of Queensland Parliament (the Legislative Council). - http://www.parliament.qld.gov.au/Documents/TableOffice/TabledPapers/2011/5311T4517.pdf