Journal article

Just so: “The law which governs Australia is Australian law”

S Dorsett, S McVeigh

Law and Critique | Published : 2002

Abstract

This essay provides a gloss on the relationship between the common law and the ‘law of the land’. It does so by turning attention to the technologies and identifications that continue to give Australian jurisdiction its place. These relations repeat the long pattern of the common law ordering of colonisation. They also provide the governmental conditions of legal responsibility for settlement. © 2002 Kluwer Law International.

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