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Re Cram: ex parte New South Wales Colliery Proprietors' Association (“Cram's Case”) (1987) 163 CLR 117

This case considered the conciliation and arbitration power of the Commonwealth and whether or not a tribunal set up to settle disputes in the coal industry had the jurisdiction to hear such matters.

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Re Cram: ex parte New South Wales Colliery Proprietors' Association (“Cram's Case”) (1987) 163 CLR 117
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