The Constitution of the People Act
By the People and for the Sovereignty of the People. 
of the Commonwealth of Australia.

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CHAPTER SIX;  NEW STATES
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121. The Parliament may admit to the Commonwealth or establish new States, and may upon such
admission or establishment make or impose such terms and conditions, including the extent of
representation in either House of the Parliament, as it thinks fit; Subject to this Constitution.
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122. The Parliament may make laws for the government of any territory surrendered by any State to and accepted by the Commonwealth, or of any territory placed by the Queen under the authority of and accepted by the Commonwealth, and may allow the representation of such territory in either House of the Parliament to the extent and on the terms which it thinks fit. Subject to this Constitution.
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123. The Parliament of the Commonwealth may, with the consent of the Parliament of a State, and
the approval of the majority of the electors of the State voting upon the question, increase, diminish,
or alter the limits of the State or Territory, upon such terms and conditions as may be agreed on,
and may, with the like consent, make provision respecting the effect and operation of any increase or
diminution or alteration of territory in relation to any State affected.
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123A. The Parliament of the Commonwealth may, with the consent of the Parliament of a State,
and the approval of the majority of the electors of the State voting upon the question, increase,
diminish, or alter the limits of the State or any private land, upon such terms and conditions as may
be agreed on, and that;
No individual or any group of individuals shall secede from the Commonwealth or the
State in any part of the Commonwealth of Australia and that it shall be illegal for any
individual or any group of individuals to construct a Secession Form that may be used
for the signing of such an agreement to Secede.
(a). The Parliament of any New State shall have such powers, of the alteration and of repeal in
respect of any such law as the Parliament had until the Colony or Territory became a New State;
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(b). The Parliament of any New State shall have such powers, to initiate a State referendum;
to include the alteration and of repeal in respect of any such law.
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(c). That all New State Constitutions shall not be altered except as is described in the
Commonwealth of Australia Constitution; Chapter Eight. Section 128.
Alteration of  The Constitution shall;
(i). If in a majority of the Provinces or Districts the electors voting approve the proposed
law, and if a majority of all the electors voting also approve the proposed law, it shall be
presented to the Governor for the People's assent.
124. A new State may be formed by separation of territory from a State, but only with the consent
of the Referendum of the People of the State, and a new State may be formed by the union of
two or more States or parts of States, but only with the consent of the Referendum of the People of
the States and the approval of the majority of the electors of the State or States affected.

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Question 3.—In my opinion, under present circumstances and on the facts as stated,
the Registrar is not bound to issue to the Commonwealth a certificate of title as to
any of the lands acquired under the Lands Acquisition Act except the Richmond land
(numbered 3 in the writ, referred to in par. 6 of the case stated).
That title is already under the Real Property Act. No question is asked as to the
nature of the title which the certificate should show.