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Friday, 20 July 1906


Mr ISAACS (Indi) (Attorney-General) - I think the motion ought to be agreed to. The proposal is to put the High Court in the same position as any of the Supreme Courts in relation to the admission of persons to practice. It would not do away with the present right of certain persons under the Judiciary Act. It would take away no right, but give the Court an additional power, if it chooses to exercise it, as to affording further facilities for persons to appear before it.







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