The extent to which the prerogative right of the crown to print and publish certain works exists in Australia
Gilchrist, John. (2012). The extent to which the prerogative right of the crown to print and publish certain works exists in Australia. Canberra Law Review. 11(2), pp. 32 - 56.
This article follows the preceding article on the analysis of the origins and scope of the prerogative right of the Crown to print and publish certain works in England This article explores the extent to which those works are presently subject to the prerogative right of the Crown to print and publish in Australia. The prerogative right is expressly preserved by s 8A (1) of the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth). There is clear case law authority in Australia for the recognition of the prerogative right of the Crown over the printing and publication of statutes. The article explores the scope of the right in Australia, the interrelationship of the rights in afederal system such as the extent to which the prerogative right is enforceable in other jurisdictions and the impact of the introduction of s 8A (2) of the Copyright Act on the prerogative right.
|Journal||Canberra Law Review|
|Journal citation||11 (2), pp. 32 - 56|
|Web address (URL)||http://www.heinonline.org/HOL/Page?handle=hein.journals/canbera11&id=130|
|Page range||32 - 56|
|Research Group||Thomas More Law School|
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|Place of publication||Australia|
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