Ch. III (Chapter three) Court – Australia

What is a Chapter III court?

Does it exist?

Apparently the people of Australia are told that the ‘Commonwealth of Australia’s’ founding legal document is the ‘Constitution’ where all other law and actions by those in government are bound to it and abide by it.

Some will say that those in government do not abide by it.

Some can even prove that Prime Ministers (and other ‘persons of interest’) have not sworn the correct oath as described in the Schedule.

Some will even say that the Constitution has been thrown under a bus, where we are under private/corporate law, where a current example is that Victoria’s current premier Daniel Andrews has given corporations the power to discriminate against employees medical choices enacting their own health policies (law?).

Under what lawfully enacted instrument is this?

A Ch.III court is defined in the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act in Chapter III on page 15 and 16 of the original document, as seen following scans.

See link to document as tabled in the UK Parliament:

The two other laws that are to be used in conjunction with the ‘Constitution’ are:

Acts Interpretation Act Act 1901

Please note that there is no mention of the Acts Interpretation Act 1901 under the Commonwealth heading within, therefore a scan of the original document cannot be provided.

For an alternative source of the legislation, 


Judiciary Act 1903:


So now a ‘question of law’ that is embarrassing to the ‘administration’ of justice in Australia;

Does a Ch. III court really exist?

Short answer: No.


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