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Clyde Engineering Co v Cowburn (1926) 37 CLR 466

This case considered s.109 of the Constitution and whether the State Act or the Commonwealth Act applied to the number of hours in a typical working week.  The issue was whether the Commonwealth law intended to cover the ground on the issue in this case and whether it superseded the NSW law.

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Clyde Engineering Co v Cowburn (1926) 37 CLR 466
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