Part V.--Powers of the Parliament.
Section 51. The Parliament shall, subject to this Constitution, have power to
make laws for the peace, order and good government of the Commonwealth
with respect to:
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(12. ) Currency, coinage and legal tender: No mention of Treasury Bonds.
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(13. ) Banking, other than State banking; also State banking extending
         beyond
the limits of the State concerned, the incorporation of banks
         and the
issue of paper money: Bank Notes issued for gold held.
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(20. ) Foreign corporations, and trading or financial corporations formed
        within
the limits of the Commonwealth: Parliament can only make laws.
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My quote;
The  State or Commonwealth Parliament can not create any Corporation and
Electorate can not be incorporated subject to Subsection 20 of Section 51,

which is based on Trade and Commerce in Sections 92, 100 and
Subsections, 01 and 13 of Section 51.

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(35. ) Conciliation and arbitration, for the prevention and settlement of
          industrial disputes, extending beyond the limits of any one State.
            Work place relations can be included but not seperate.

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My quote;
The Governor General, should not assent to Legislation that is not one the
Subsections of Section 51.
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All Legislation should have the following example;
58. A proposed Legislation now passed by an absolute majority of each and
both Houses of Parliament and presented to the Governor-General for the
Queen's assent; he shall declare, according to his discretion, but subject to
the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act.
Chapter 01, Section 51, Subsection (number), and
signed by his or her own hand, that he or she assents in the Queen's name.
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From the Imperial Acts Application Act 1980;
BE IT ENACTED by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty by and with the
advice and consent of the Legislative Council and the Legislative Assembly
of Victoria in this present Parliament assembled and by the authority of the
same as follows; shall come into operation to be fixed by proclamation of
the Governor in Council published in the Government Gazette.

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My quote;
The Imperial Acts Application Act 1980 was not passed subject to Section 58.
All State and Territory legislation if not using the words as said in Section 58,
then all State and Territory legislation are all null and void.

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Commentaries on the Constitution. Page 107 Note 33, and all laws,
come from section 7 of the 1897 Preamble.
No difficulty is suggested by the words, "and all laws made by the Parliament
of the Commonwealth under the Constitution."
The words "under the Constitution" are words of limitation and qualification.
Not all enactment's purporting to be laws made by the Parliament are binding;
but laws made under, in pursuance of the 39 subsections of Section 51
conferred by the Constitution, and those only, are binding on the courts,
judges and people.
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A law in excess of the 39 subsections of Section 51 conferred by the
Constitution is no law; it is wholly void and inoperative; it confers no rights,
it composes no duties; it affords no protection.
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To be valid and binding they must be within the domain of jurisdiction
mapped out and delimited in express terms or by necessary implication,
in the Constitution itself.
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What is not so granted to the Parliament of the Commonwealth is denied to it.
What is not so granted is either reserved to the States, as expressed in
their respective Constitutions, or remains vested but dormant in the people
in the Commonwealth.
The possible area enlargement of Commonwealth power,
by an amendment of the Constitution, will be considered by Chapter VIII.
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Every legislative assembly existing under a Federal Constitution is merely a
subordinate law making body, whose laws are of the nature of by-laws,
valid whilst within the authority conferred upon it by the Constitution but,
invalid or unconstitutional, if they go beyond the limits of such authority.

Chapter 5. The States Sections 109 and 117.

Section 109. When a law of a State is inconsistent with a law of the
Commonwealth, the latter shall prevail, and the former shall, to the extent of
the inconsistency, be invalid.

Section 117. A subject of the Queen, resident in any State, shall not be subject
in any other State to any disability or discrimination which would not be
equally applicable to him if he were a subject of the Queen resident in such
other State.
My Question;
What right has any statutory authority using police to invade the property of
any Living Soul, causing injury and any disability or discrimination without
a warrant issued by the court?
What right has any court to imprison any Living Soul for protecting their
Constitutional rights?