The Control of Advice to the Crown and the Development of Executive Independence in New ZealandBond Law Review
AbstractThis article explores the evolution of the imperial Crown, particularly in respect of the right to advise, and the development of the divisible Crown. The position in New Zealand is compared and contrasted with that in other countries, particularly Canada and Australia. It will be shown that the devolution of the Crown was the principal avenue through which independence was conferred upon the Dominions. Independence is fundamentally a political fact rather than purely a matter of legal rights.
Citation InformationNoel Cox. "The Control of Advice to the Crown and the Development of Executive Independence in New Zealand" (2001)
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