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Select Cross-Cultural and Historical Personifications of Death
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The Celtic Vedic Connection, Part I
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Implementing International Environmental Law in Australia
The Commonwealth v Tasmania (The Tasmanian Dam Case) (1983) 158 CLR 1. A copy of the. English text of the Convention is set out in a schedule to the Act.
Increased Commonwealth control over Australian vocational
The High Court has interpreted the Commonwealth's external affairs power expansively.
The past two decades have been marked by growing international
2) (1965) 113 CLR 54; Commonwealth v Tasmania (the Franklin Dam case) ( 1983) 158 CLR. 1, 97-9. 68.
The Practitioner's Guide to International Law
20 See, for example, Commonwealth v Tasmania (the Tasmanian Dam Case) ( 1983) 158.
10 30 IN THE HIGH COURT OF AUSTRALIA SYDNEY REGISTRY

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Commonwealth v Tasmania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Franklin Dam - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The resulting court case became known as Commonwealth v Tasmania.
Tasmanian Dam Case - Environmental Law Publishing
eCite - The Dam Case, Commonwealth v Tasmania
Mar 9, 2004 Stokes, MD, The Dam Case, Commonwealth v Tasmania, Australasian Law Teachers' Association Conference, July, Brisbane, pp. 30.
The High Court and the Media - [1999] UTSLRev 10; (1999) 1 UTS
This explains the coverage given to the Bank of NSW v Commonwealth (the " Bank and Commonwealth v Tasmania (the "Tasmanian Dam Case")[5] in 1983.

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