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Waterside Workers Federation of Australia v J W Alexander (1918) 25 CLR 434

This case considered the judicial power of the commonwealth and whether or not a court was a chapter 3 court under the constitution.  The main issue was whether the judges that presided over the court satisfied the tenure criteria for judges of a chapter 3 court under section 72 of the constitution.

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Waterside Workers Federation of Australia v J W Alexander (1918) 25 CLR 434
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