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R v Poole: ex parte Henry (No 2) (1939) 61 CLR 634

This case considered the external affairs power and whether or not a domestic law in relation to air navigation gave effect to an international convention on the same issue, specifically about flying low over airports.

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R v Poole: ex parte Henry (No 2) (1939) 61 CLR 634
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