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Victoria v Commonwealth (1971) (“Payroll Tax Case”) 122 CLR 353

This case considered the taxation power of the Commonwealth under section 51(ii) of the Constitution and whether or not a Commonwealth payroll tax law imposing a tax on the States as employers was a valid law.

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Victoria v Commonwealth (1971) (“Payroll Tax Case”) 122 CLR 353
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