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Referral of powers paves way for Australia’s Corporations Act

The referral of powers from states to the federal government is a necessary prelude to the enactment of Australia’s corporations legislation. Don Harding, a partner of Freehills in Sydney, explains how the Corporations (Commonwealth Powers) Bill 2001 of New South Wales provides a model for juggling constitutional concerns

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