The commonwealth constitution 1900uk

POST FOR AUSTRALIA NUMBER 134 The Official True Law of This Country is; The Commonwealth Constitution Act 1900 UK. This act was derived from the draft of the Constitution put together by Australians for Australians. Queen Victoria and the British Parliament added 9 Clauses and several other parts to control the Colonial Parliaments during and after Federation. The extra parts were added by Victoria 28 and 29, which included a Preamble. The People of Six Colonies accepted the Commonwealth Constitution Act 1900 UK, including the 9 Clauses and the Preamble by Referendum. This Constitution was put in place by a Letters Patent by Queen Victoria and included all State Constitutions in their Original Form and a Letters Patent putting in place the Office of Governor. This took place on the 29th of October 1900, coming into effect on the 1st of January 1901. This document called a Constitution, is a #Covenant between the #Crown and #ThePeople of the New Federated Colony, which is #Indisolvable by way of the Preamble – being as #WeThePeople. The States were created by 107, 108 and 109 of the New Constitution and derive their authority from it. Ref HCA 48 of 1996 at Paragraph 17. […] → Full article The commonwealth constitution 1900uk

Swearing and the law

Section 5 Of The Public Order Act 1986: The Impact Of Harvey v DPP The broad scope and low threshold of the offence under section 5 of the Public Order Act 1986 makes it frequently prosecuted and familiar to practitioners. The recent case of Harvey v Director of Public Prosecutions [2011] All ER (D) 143 (Nov) required the High Court to re-examine the not uncommon situation where a person has been charged with a section 5 offence after swearing at a police officer. The fairly short and ex-tempore judgment provides some fresh guidance on determining whether words will be considered “abusive” under section 5, and when evidence of their impact upon individuals will be required. Section 5 of the Public Order Act 1986 A section 5 offence comprises two elements: A person must (a) use threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour, or disorderly behaviour, or (b) display any writing, sign or other visible representation which is threatening, abusive or insulting; and The words or behaviour, or writing, sign of other visible representation must be within the hearing or sight of a person likely to be caused harassment, alarm or distress thereby. Unique amongst the public order offences in the […] → Full article Swearing and the law

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