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Pirrie v McFarlane (1925) 36 CLR 170

This case considered the issue of Commonwealth immunity to State laws and whether or not a member of the armed forces, being a Commonwealth employee could be subject to a state law requiring him to hold a drivers license whilst driving in his capacity as a driver for the defence force.

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