These are the perfect notes to take into the Monash Law Public Law and Statutory interpretation Exam. They cover the process and justifications/cases for interpreting statutes including latin Maxims. This material is crucial for the exam and a lot of students struggle with it. There are also detailed notes on both rights protection in Australia and the Judiciary in Australia.

The notes cover statutory interpretation process, ordinary and natural meaning, context/purpose, statutory presumptions, absurdity, conflicting provisions, use of extrinsic materials, latin maxims, the structure and jurisdiction of the Australian judicial system, the high court, the federal courts, state and territory courts, federal/unitary judicial system, defining judicial power, judicial independence, human rights, how each arm of government protects rights, commonwealth rights protection and the states protection of human rights.


Semester 2, 2017

58 pages

16,890 words



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