The National Road Transport Commission: an experiment in cooperative federalism
Introduction: As powers over road transport are not specified in the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act, they lie, for the most part, with the States and Territories. The Commonwealth has made limited use of section 92 powers to establish a partial regulatory scheme for vehicles engaged in interstate trade (the Federal Interstate Regulation Scheme), but has not yet attempted to use more recently established powers (eg, corporations powers) in applications relating to road transport...[Show more]
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