Northern Suburbs General Cemetery Reserve Trust v Commonwealth

JurisdictionAustralia Federal only
Neutral Citation[1993] HCA 12,1993-0311 HCA C
Year1993
Date1993
CourtHigh Court
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  • The Centralisation of Judicial Power within the Australian Federal System
    • United Kingdom
    • Sage Federal Law Review No. 42-2, June 2014
    • 1 June 2014
    ...CLR 168. 7 Fairfax v Federal Commissioner of Taxation (1965) 114 CLR 1; Northern Suburbs General Cemetery Reserve Trust v Commonwealth (1993) 176 CLR 555; Roy Morgan Research Pty Ltd v Federal Commissioner of Taxation (2011) 244 CLR 97. 8 See Anne Twomey, ‘Pushing the Boundaries of Executiv......
  • Judicial Review of Non-Statutory Executive Powers
    • United Kingdom
    • Sage Federal Law Review No. 31-3, September 2003
    • 1 September 2003
    ...cannot raise taxes or impose fines or penalties without statute: see eg, Northern Suburbs General Cemetery Reserve Trust v Commonwealth (1993) 176 CLR 555, 579 (Brennan J), 597–8 2003 Judicial Review of Non-Statutory Executive Powers 553 _____________________________________________________......
  • Involuntary Detention and the Separation of Judicial Power
    • United Kingdom
    • Sage Federal Law Review No. 35-1, March 2007
    • 1 March 2007
    ...59 CLR 170; Fairfax v Federal Commissioner of Taxation (1965) 114 CLR 1; Northern Suburbs General Cemetery Reserve Trust v Commonwealth (1993) 176 CLR 555. 221 Northern Suburbs General Cemetery Reserve Trust v Commonwealth (1993) 176 CLR 555, 569 (Mason CJ, Deane, Toohey and Gaudron JJ). 22......
  • Of Kings and Officers — The Judicial Development of Public Law
    • United Kingdom
    • Sage Federal Law Review No. 33-2, June 2005
    • 1 June 2005
    ...166 Chester, above n 5, 178 ff; Northern Suburbs General Cemetery Reserve Trust v Commonwealth (1993) 176 CLR 555, 575. One other reform which was of significant constitutional importance, although it does not concern this article, was the increasing reliance by the government on debt as a ......
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