Section 81 of the Constitution of Australia

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Section 81 of the Constitution of Australia creates a "consolidated revenue fund", money collected by the Commonwealth through taxation and other levies.[1] The way this money may be collected is regulated by Section 51 of the Constitution.[1] Notable legal decisions decided by the High Court of Australia about section 81 include "the Pharmaceutical Benefits case"

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  1. ^ a b Keyzer, Patrick (2005). Constitutional Law (Second ed.). Butterworths. p. 334. ISBN 978-0-409-31861-6. 

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