Australian constitutional law: foundations and theory

Ratnapala, Suri and Crowe, Jonathan Australian constitutional law: foundations and theory 3rd ed. South Melbourne, VIC, Australia: Oxford University Press, 2012.

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Author Ratnapala, Suri
Crowe, Jonathan
Title Australian constitutional law: foundations and theory
Place of Publication South Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Publisher Oxford University Press
Publication year 2012
Sub-type Research book (original research)
Edition 3rd
ISBN 9780195519037
Language eng
Start page 1
End page 466
Total number of pages 466
Collection year 2013
Year available 2012
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Australian Constitutional Law: Foundations and Theory explains and evaluates the Australian constitutional system in relation to the classical principles of constitutional government such as the rule of law, separation of powers, representation, executive responsibility, federalism and fundamental rights. In this third edition, Suri Ratnapala is joined by Jonathan Crowe as co-author, and the book has been fully revised and expanded. This includes wider coverage of: Australian Constitutionalism; Interpretation of the Constitution; Federal-State Relations; International Powers of the Commonwealth; Trade, Commerce and Industrial Relations; Constitutional Freedoms; and the Separation of Powers.
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