Porter v R; ex parte Yee

JurisdictionAustralia Federal only
CourtHigh Court
Neutral Citation1926-0422 HCA A,[1926] HCA 9
Date1926
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  • The Constitutional (In)Validity of Religious Vilification Laws: Implications for their Interpretation
    • United Kingdom
    • Federal Law Review Nbr. 34-2, June 2006
    • 1 June 2006
    ...that s 116 operates to protect not only freedom of religion, but also the right to have no religion. 93 Porter v R; ex parte Yee (1926) 37 CLR 432, 448 (Rich J); Lamshed v Lake (1958) 99 CLR 132, 143 (Dixon CJ), 152 (Williams J), 154 (Kitto J); Teori Tau v Commonwealth (1969) 119 CLR 564, 5......
  • Territory Courts and Federal Jurisdiction
    • United Kingdom
    • Federal Law Review Nbr. 33-1, March 2005
    • 1 March 2005
    ...(1915) 19 CLR 629; Mitchell v Barker (1918) 24 CLR 365; Waters v The Commonwealth (1951) 82 CLR 188. 3 Porter v The King; Ex parte Yee (1926) 37 CLR 432. 4 Lamshed v Lake (1958) 99 CLR 132; Capital Duplicators Pty Ltd v Australian Capital Territory (1992) 177 CLR 248; Kruger v The Commonwea......
  • Constitutional Limits on Bills of Rights Introduced by a State or Territory
    • United Kingdom
    • Federal Law Review Nbr. 35-3, September 2007
    • 1 September 2007
    ...approval in GPAO (1999) 196 CLR 553, 621 (McHugh and Callinan JJ); Eastman (1999) 200 CLR 322; see also Porter v The King; Ex parte Yee (1926) 37 CLR 432, 438 (Knox CJ and Gavan Duffy J), 442–3 (Isaacs J), 449–50 (Starke J) ('Porter'); cf Eastman (1999) 200 CLR 322, 356 (Kirby J). 126 See, ......

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