CL 9.2 - Extraterritoriality
A Coggle Diagram about INTRODUCTION (Generally, laws are drafted without reference to place of jurisdiction, but there is a presumption of statutory interpretation that laws are only intended to apply in the Parliament’s territory. and Extraterritoriality refers to laws which say they apply outside of the territory of the jurisdiction that has enacted them.
(Remember the external affairs power in s 51(xxix) for Commonwealth laws.)), HISTORY (But as to the colonies, the power to make extraterritorial laws was not as clear. and The UK Parliament always assumed it had power to make laws with overseas effect (where the intent to do so was clear). ), WHERE ARE THE BOUNDARIES? and WHAT IS THE SCOPE OF THE POWER?