Sent:                                           Monday, 18 February 2019 4:38 PM

To:                                               ''

Subject:                                     The Australian Constitution


The Attorney  General

Section 5 of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act (9 July 1900) provides in part

This Act, and all laws made by the Parliament of the Commonwealth under the Constitution, shall be binding on the courts, judges, and people of every State and of every part of the Commonwealth, notwithstanding anything in the laws of any State;

The term “State” and “Commonwealth” are  not defined but I understand this to refer the ‘States’ of the Commonwealth of Australia


Given the Monarch approved the Constitution  could you please confirm this is correct?


My reason for asking is that on 1 July 2017 the Parliament of Australia pass a law placing a lawful obligation onto person both natural and corporate world wide to collect tax on behalf of the Australian Government


My view is that the only way this law can be Constitutionally  supported would be if the tern “State” mean “Sovereign State” and “Commonwealth” mean “ Commonwealth of Nations”.


I know it is a stupid question because there was no way that in 1900 the United Kingdom was giving Australia power to make law for people in England. - But I just need that confirmed.




While I am here, as Attorney General  for the United Kingdom  does this Australian law provide the Australian Taxation Office lawful power to enter property in the United Kingdom for the purpose of conducting a 'Compliance Audit’ to determine compliance with an Australian law?


Thanks on both Accounts






Warren Bolton

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