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Wollongong University v Metwally (1984) 158 CLR 447

This case considered section 109 of the Constitution and whether or not an amendment to a Commonwealth Law could operate retrospectively and to cover the field retrospectively on a particular subject matter and thus displace s.109 in relation to the inconsistency that had existed prior to the amendment.

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Wollongong University v Metwally (1984) 158 CLR 447
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