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R v Burgess: ex parte Henry (1936) 55 CLR 608

This case considered the external affairs power under s.51(xxix) and whether or not the Commonwealth had the power to make a law that gave effect to the Paris Convention on International Transport.  The central question was whether the domestic law conformed with the purpose of the international treaty.

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R v Burgess: ex parte Henry (1936) 55 CLR 608
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