By Gregory Taylor
In this paintings Dr. Taylor surveys the federal nations of the area and asks how they divide strength one of the constituent devices of the federation. In so doing, he considers not just the formal constitutional textual content, yet, way more importantly, the case legislation that has grown up round it because the Courts improve methods to reading provisions for the distribution of powers. this allows conclusions to be drawn in regards to the effectiveness of varied structural and interpretative techniques to the distribution of powers inside of federations.
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2 Burton, (1952) 86 CLR 169, 179; Zines, High Court and the Constitution, pp. 41f 73 (1995) 183 CLR 323. 24 2. *^"* Virtually anything could satisfy the "relating to" test. That was not enough, as the Court held. This is clearly right, but it is noticeable that one becomes rather lost for words in saying why this is so once asked to go beyond descriptions such as tenuous, insubstantial, fortuitous, exiguous and so on. This is really inherent in the nature of things: we have few precise ways of measuring the connexion between a law and a descriptive category.
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