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Australian Capital Territory


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Australian Capital Territory (Australia)

Australian Capital Territory (Australia)

Australian Capital Territory

Australian Capital Territory

Australian Capital Territory

Canberra (Australian Capital Territory/Australia)

Canberra (Australian Capital Territory/Australia)

Australian Capital Territory: Introductory Note

Australian Capital Territory: Introductory Note

DANIELS, Laurence John (1916 - 1994), Secretary, Department of Capital Territory, Australia, 1977–81, retired

JOSKE, Percy (Ernest) (1895 - 1981), Judge of the Australian Industrial Court, and of the Supreme Courts of the Australian Capital Territory, the Northern Territory of Australia and Norfolk Island, 1960–77

BLACKBURN, Richard (Arthur) (1918 - 1987), Chief Justice, Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory, 1977–85; Judge, Federal Court of Australia, 1977–85

Hakimi and Attorney-General for the Australian Capital Territory (intervening) v Legal Aid Commission (Australian Capital Territory), Decision, 195 A Crim R 275, [2009] ACTSC 48, ILDC 1607 (AU 2009), 12th May 2009, Supreme Court [ACTSC]

Supreme Court Act (A1933-34): December 9, 1933 (as Amended to December 1, 2005) (Australian Capital Territory) Act No 34 of 1933

Supreme Court Act (A1933-34): December 9, 1933 (as Amended to October 2, 2015) (Australian Capital Territory) Act No 34 of 1933

Australian Capital Territory (Self-Government) Act (No. 106 of 1988): December 6, 1988 (as Amended to December 17, 2003) (Australia [au]) Act No 106 of 1988

Australian Capital Territory (Self-Government) Act (No. 106 of 1988): December 6, 1988 (as Amended to June 30, 2014) (Australia [au]) Act No 106 of 1988

A temporal decline in asthma but not eczema prevalence from 2000 to 2005 at school entry in the Australian Capital Territory with further consideration of country of birth

LUKIN, Lionel Oscar (1868 - 1944), Judge of Federal Arbitration Court, 1926–43; Judge of the Federal Bankruptcy Court for Australia, presiding in Sydney and Melbourne, 1930–43; also sole Justice of the Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory and presiding at Canberra, 1934–43

 

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The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) was established under s 125 of the Constitution to be the seat of government for the Commonwealth of Australia. Because of a compromise on the ...

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