Apla Ltd v Legal Services Commissioner (Nsw)

JurisdictionAustralia Federal only
CourtHigh Court
JudgeGleeson CJ,Heydon J,McHugh J,Gummow J,Kirby J,Hayne J,Callinan J
Judgment Date01 September 2005
Neutral Citation2005-0901 HCA A,[2005] HCA 44
Docket NumberS202/2004
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  • International Finance Trust Company Ltd v New South Wales Crime Commission
    • Australia
    • High Court
    • 12 November 2009
    ...“comparison with the historic functions and processes of courts of law”.’ 75 His Honour again touched upon the question in APLA Ltd v Legal Services Commissioner (NSW)76 when he accepted that: ‘a law may not validly require or authorise the courts in which the judicial power of the Commonwe......
  • Tajjour v State of New South Wales
    • Australia
    • High Court
    • 8 October 2014
    ... [2004] HCA 39; Levy (1997) 189 CLR 579 at 645–646 per Kirby J. See also APLA Ltd v Legal Services Commissioner (NSW) (2005) 224 CLR 322; [2005] HCA 44; Hogan v Hinch (2011) 243 CLR 506; [2011] HCA 4; Wotton v Queensland (2012) 246 CLR 1; [2012] HCA 2; Attorney-General (SA) v Adelaide Cit......
  • MZXOT v Minister for Immigration and Citizenship
    • Australia
    • High Court
    • 18 June 2008
    ...provisions for the Parliament to legislate. 16APLA Ltd v Legal Services Commissioner (NSW) (2005) 224 CLR 322 at 405–406 [228]–[230]; [2005] HCA 44. 17APLA Ltd v Legal Services Commissioner (NSW) (2005) 224 CLR 322 at 405 18Pirrie v McFarlane (1925) 36 CLR 170 at 176. 19Le Mesurier v Connor......
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  • Attributes and Attribution of State Courts — Federalism and the Kable Principle
    • United Kingdom
    • Federal Law Review Nbr. 40-1, March 2012
    • 1 March 2012
    ..._____________________________________________________________________________________ 86 APLA Ltd v Legal Services Commissioner (NSW) (2005) 224 CLR 322, 484 [469]. 87 Forge (2006) 228 CLR 45, 67 [40]. See, more recently, Totani (2010) 242 CLR 1, 95–6 [245] (Heydon J): 'No counsel has ever ......
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    • United Kingdom
    • Federal Law Review Nbr. 42-2, June 2014
    • 1 June 2014
    ...that allow expansive readings of federa l heads of legislative power. 3 The federal * Associate Professor, ANU College of Law; Barrister, NSW Bar. My thanks to Professor Peter Cane for his valuable comments and to the anonymous referees for their very helpful suggestions. Earlier versions o......
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    • United Kingdom
    • Federal Law Review Nbr. 34-2, June 2006
    • 1 June 2006
    ...220 CLR 1, 48–50 (McHugh J), 77–9 (Gummow and Hayne JJ), 82, 88–9 (Kirby J). See also APLA Limited v Legal Services Commissioner (NSW) (2005) 219 ALR 403, 420 (McHugh J), 456 (Gummow J) ('APLA'). For a discussion, see Nicholas Aroney, 'Justice McHugh, Representative Government and the Elimi......
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