International law and the Murray-Darling Basin Plan
Both the Water Act 2007 (Cth) and the Murray-Darling Basin Plan rely to a significant extent upon Australia's international legal obligations under "relevant international agreements" to provide not only a constitutional basis for the legislative schema but also a foundation for how the Commonwealth has sought to develop the Plan. This raises issues regarding the extent of the international legal obligations in those agreements, the relevance of each agreement, and whether - consistent with...[Show more]
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