The Royal Prerogative in the Realms

@article{Cox2007TheRP,
  title={The Royal Prerogative in the Realms},
  author={N. Cox},
  journal={Commonwealth Law Bulletin},
  year={2007},
  volume={33},
  pages={611 - 638}
}
  • N. Cox
  • Published 2007
  • Political Science
  • Commonwealth Law Bulletin
  • From 1840, the laws of New Zealand have comprised the common law and statute law, both of which – but especially the former – were originally based upon the laws of England and continued to draw upon English jurisprudence. Since New Zealand was regarded as a settled colony, the settlers brought with them such of the laws of England as were applicable to the circumstances of the colony. This included the royal prerogative. * LLM(Hons) PhD Auckland MA Lambeth LTh Lampeter GradDipTertTchg AUT… CONTINUE READING
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