November 2, 2021 at 4:58 pm #100014171Clinton CParticipant
I bought the solutions empowerment manual and on page 194 it refers to Kidman, Kable, Pape and Lane. The website listed where we could get the information (www.community-law.info) is no longer accessible.
If anyone knows the title of the cases, can they please list them.
November 4, 2021 at 1:10 pm #100014213
Not enough information to go on. Does it say on page 194 what the Subject matter is? Tax? Constitution?
I never got my manual so can’t read for myself.
November 4, 2021 at 3:14 pm #100014218Morag-janet of the Hill familyParticipant
This is from Boon..2 DAYS AGO
Kable principle could come in handy if needed, not sure about the other two. http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/journals/JCULawRw/2010/5.pdf
November 5, 2021 at 12:54 pm #100014230
just reading through this Kable summary/analysis. Very interesting. Goes to things in Statutes that Legislators try and get Courts to do, which bypass justice or constitutional constraints
November 8, 2021 at 3:34 pm #100014264
I found an archive of the www. community Law info web site at archive.org
Link to the archived site is here. I tiny URL’d the links because I’m having trouble posting long URLS.
CLRG Info web site – Archived
The Pape decision and comments on the Constitution by the High Court on the 7th July 2009
Case Name: Pape v Commissioner of Taxation  HCA 23 (7 July 2009)
Link to the Case Comments on CLRG
The Kale Case
KABLE – BRENNAN – DAWSON & FOUR MORE: Act ruled Invalid
Case name unknown
Link to the Judges comments on CLRG web site
The Lane Case:
LANE v Morrison Condensed
Lane v Morrison  HCA 29 (26 August 2009)
Link to case on CLRG web site
The Kidman Case:
Australian Sovereignty Decisions R V Kidman (1915)
Case name: R v Kidman  HCA 58; (1915) 20 CLR 425 (16 September 1915)
Link to Kidman Case review on CLRG
Lots of other good info on that web site. I’m going to see if I can get a copy.
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