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Negotiation and Conclusion
The constitutional order of the Commonwealth of Australia attributes to the head of the State the function of making treaties. The Australian Constitution does not expressly authorize delegation ofExpand
The Prerogatives of the Crown and Treaty-Making
A legal analysis of the treaty-making power as a prerogative of the Crown under the Australian constitutional system may appropriately begin with a discussion of the Crown as a single juristic entityExpand
Ratification and Implementation
The term “ratification” is used in different senses. The normal international law use of the term is that which describes the formal act by which the contracting party concerned gives its finalExpand
The Evolution of the Treaty-Making Power in the Commonwealth of Australia
“Canada has very few statutory provisions relating to the exercise of the treaty-making power. The rules followed, so far as they can be ascertained, are for the most part founded on unwrittenExpand
The treaty-making power in the Commonwealth of Australia
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The Evolution of the Treaty-Making Power in the British Commonwealth of Nations
The treaty-making power in Australia is in large part a product of the historical development of the British Commonwealth of Nations. The earlier stages in the evolution of the Commonwealth concernedExpand
Treaty Implementation and Constitutional Limitations
The rules governing treaty implementation in Australia derive principally from two sources: the provisions of the Australian Constitution and Australian doctrine concerning the relationship betweenExpand