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Wragg v New South Wales (1953) 88 CLR 353

This case considered the trade and commerce power of the Commonwealth and whether or not the Commonwealth had the power to regulate prices for potatoes grown in Tasmania and sold to NSW.  It explores the trade and commerce power of s.51(i) and s.92 of the Constitution.

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Wragg v New South Wales (1953) 88 CLR 353
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