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- Oct 2018
It will be observed that the basis of confederation now proposed differs from that of-the-United States in several important particulars. It does not profess to be derived from the people, but would be the Constitution provided by the Imperial Parliament; thus affording the means of remedying any defect, which is now practically impossible under the American Constitution.
- Section 91 of the Constitution Act 1867
- Part V of the Constitution Act 1982
- Section 91(1) of the Constitution Act 1867
- Section 92(1) of the Constitution Act 1867