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Certain powers of Governors to vest in Governor-General



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CHAPTER II

 

THE EXECUTIVE GOVERNMENT.

 

 

Certain powers of Governors to vest in Governor-General.

 

70.  In respect of matters which, under this Constitution, pass to the Executive Government of the Commonwealth, all powers and functions which at the establishment of the Commonwealth are vested in the Governor of a Colony, or in the Governor of a Colony with the advice of his Executive Council, or in any authority of a Colony, shall vest in the Governor-General, or in the Governor-General in Council, or in the authority exercising similar powers under the Commonwealth, as the case requires.