constitutionally invalid

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  • The ACT legislation was, however, struck down by the High Court for being constitutionally invalid.
  • If there is, the court then declares that law or conduct constitutionally invalid.
  • Any statute or rule requiring other qualifications is constitutionally invalid under this section.
  • The party challenged the law in the High Court, which ruled that it was constitutionally invalid.
  • McNeil, a journalist, attempted to challenge the law on the basis that it was a constitutionally invalid law.
  • This means if the Senate passes legislation which raises revenue it is constitutionally invalid if the House of Representatives has not previously acted on it.
  • The latter can only take place after the statutory provision in question, notwithstanding the application of all legitimate interpretative aids, is found to be constitutionally invalid.
  • Section 114, added to the Act in 2007, created the Australian Military Court, later deemed constitutionally invalid.
  • Shortly put, the plaintiffs argued the WorkChoices legislation was constitutionally invalid.
  • The South African Constitutional Court ruled that the legislation, which replaced the Scorpions crime fighting unit with the Hawks, was "constitutionally invalid".
  • The Court of Disputed Returns ruled on 11 September 1996 that Kelly's election was indeed constitutionally invalid, and a by-election was called several days later.
  • It held that the resolution of the House of Representatives vetoing the Attorney General's determination is constitutionally invalid, unenforceable, and not binding.
  • The High Court found Higgins's decision constitutionally invalid because the legislation was essentially concerned with the regulation of employment conditions, a power not held by the Commonwealth Parliament and not capable of being supported by the excise power.
  • Congress argued that the Ninth Circuit erred in holding that the resolution of the House of Representatives vetoing the Attorney General's determination was constitutionally invalid.
  • The second question, whether Congress would in this case have chosen to repeal the LSTA and E-rate subsidy programs instead of continuing to fund them if it had known that CIPA's limitations on these programs were constitutionally invalid, is less clear. Cited from Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) Ruling
  • The bad parts of the statute were not judicially severable from the rest of its provisions that dealt with imprisonment, leaving the court no option but to declare those provisions as a whole to be constitutionally invalid on account of their objectionable overbreadth.
  • Having found that the common-law definition of rape was not constitutionally invalid, but merely falls short of the spirit, purport and objects of the Bill of Rights, the declaration of invalidity of the definition of rape was therefore set aside, to be replaced with an appropriate order.
  • The Lords argued that a simple legislative prohibition of interstate trade and commerce would be constitutionally invalid, but a law seeking to regulate or prescribe rules as to the manner of trade and commerce would not necessarily be in breach of Section 92.
  • A recent case of Austin v Commonwealth (2003) conflated the original 2 limbed test of the original case into an expanded 1st limb so that a commonwealth law that affects a state's ability to administer itself is constitutionally invalid.
  • However, Parliament rejected the criticism that virtual representation was constitutionally invalid as a whole, and passed the Declaratory Act in 1766, asserting the right of Parliament to legislate for the colonies "all cases whatsoever."