Principles of Public Law exam checklists + general notes (HD Grade)

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  • UniversityUniversity of Adelaide
  • AreaLaw
  • CoursePrinciples of Public Law
  • Course CodeLAW1504
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  • Authorlukerondo
  • Created2015
  • Pages68
  • Approved5 January 2016

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About these notes

These are complete and clear course summary notes for Principles of Public Law at University of Adelaide. The course code is LAW1504.


2 part note: Firstly, a set of checklists specially designed for answering questions in the final exam. Secondly, a comprehensive set of general notes covering the entire course. These notes include highlighting of important legislation and cases. These notes were the notes I took into the final exam.



Major topics covered in these notes include:

  • Conferral Of Power On A Body
  • Detention
  • Case Authorities
  • Persona Designata
  • Kable
  • Avenues Of Review
  • Freedom Of Information (Cth)
  • Freedom Of Information (Sa)
  • Extraterritoriality
  • Manner And Form
  • Separation Of Powers – General
  • Separation Of Judicial Power – Defining Judicial Power
  • Separation Of Judicial Power – Application And Exceptions Of Boilermakers
  • Separation Of Judicial Power – State Courts
  • Types Of Executive Power
  • Accountability
  • The State Constitution


About the author: This author is a Law student with a GPA of 6.75. They previously studied a Bachelor of Media and International Studies. This student scored 5 out of 6 HDs in Law during the 2015 year. Nexus Notes highly recommends the content written by the author.


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