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Caledonian Collieries Ltd v Australasian Coal and Shale Employees Federation (No. 1) (1930) 42 CLR 527

This case considered the conciliation and arbitration power of the Commonwealth under section 51(xxxv) of the Constitution and whether or not an award in relation to a dispute about wage rates in coal mines was a valid exercise of that power.

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Caledonian Collieries Ltd v Australasian Coal and Shale Employees Federation (No. 1) (1930) 42 CLR 527
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