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Crown Immunity: Final Report
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The doctrine of Crown immunity provides that a statute does not bind the Crown unless the statute expressly so states or it is otherwise clear from the enactment that the legislature intended the Crown to be bound. The Crown requires unique powers and immunities in order to govern, however, critics have pointed out that the doctrine of Crown immunity is broader than necessary. The Commission draws a distinction between legislation currently in force and future enactments in its recommendations.


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