Constitutional Law Guidebook

Paperback | May 30, 2015

byBede Harris

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The Constitutional Law Guidebook 2nd Edition provides a clear and concise summary of the basic principles of constitutional law. This guidebook will help students to navigate through the fundamental points of constitutional law using:* clear and concise explanations of what you need to know* guidelines for answering problem questions* cases to remember* "examples" and "alerts" to help you understand the interlinked nature of constitutional law* Assessment preparation sections* Diagrams to help explain difficult concepts* Up-to-date cases and legislation

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The Constitutional Law Guidebook 2nd Edition provides a clear and concise summary of the basic principles of constitutional law. This guidebook will help students to navigate through the fundamental points of constitutional law using:* clear and concise explanations of what you need to know* guidelines for answering problem questions* ...

Bede Harris is Senior Lecturer and Law Discipline Head at Charles Sturt University.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 8.27 × 5.83 × 0.07 inPublished:May 30, 2015Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195594002

ISBN - 13:9780195594003

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Table of Contents

Part 1: Constitutional Fundamentals1. What is Constitutional Law?2. Fundamental Concepts of Australian Constitutional Law3. The Legislature4. The Executive5. The Judicial Branch and Separation of Powers6. Characterisation and Interpretation7. State and Territory Constitutional Law8. Express and Implied RightsPart 2: Enumerated Powers9. Trade and Commerce10. Corporations11. External Affairs12. DefencePart 3: Financial Relations and Federalism13. Taxation, Grants and Expenditure14. Excise Duties15. Freedom of Interstate Trade, Commerce and Intercourse16. Inconsistency17. Intergovernmental ImmunitiesTable of CasesTable of StatutesIndex