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Parton v Milk Board (Victoria) (1949) 80 CLR 263

This case considered the duties of excise and taxation power of the Commonwealth and whether or not a payment to the Victorian Milk Board was a tax or a fee for service.  The issue was also whether or not a duty of excise was limited to stages prior to eventual sale or not.

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Parton v Milk Board (Victoria) (1949) 80 CLR 263
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