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Burwood Cinema v Australian Theatrical and Amusement Employees Association (1925) 35 CLR 528

This case considered the conciliation and arbitration power of the Commonwealth under section 51(xxxv) of the Constitution and whether or not this power could enforce all employers and employees of a particular industry to be part of an industrial dispute in that industry.

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Burwood Cinema v Australian Theatrical and Amusement Employees Association (1925) 35 CLR 528
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