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Cases

Papua New Guinea cases

Acting Public Solicitor v Uname Aumane, Aluma Boku, Luku Wapulae and Piope Kone [1980] PNGLR 510

Anna Wemay and Others v Kepas Tumdual [1978] PNGLR 173 (Anna Wemay’s Case)

In the Matter of an Application under Section 57 of the Constitution; Application by Individual and Community Rights Advocacy Forum Inc (ICRAF); In re Miriam Willingal [1997] PNGLR 119 (Willingal’s Case)

Monika Jon and Others v Dominik Kuman and Others (Unreported) N253, 8 August 1980 (Monika Jon’s Case)

Public Prosecutor v Nahau Rooney (No.1) [1979] PNGLR 403

Public Prosecutor v Nahau Rooney (No.2) [1979] PNGLR 448

R v Bates (Unreported) SC255, 9 October 1962

R v C.E.C. Leech and Peter Yaku PNG National Archives Accession 454 Box 14619 Crown Prosecution File 5-9354 (Leech Trial)

R v Clemence Mandoma-Kausigor and Piki Piliu PNG National Archives Accession No. 454 Box 8139 Crown Prosecution File 5-8019 (Kausigor’s Trial)

R v Clemence Mandoma-Kausigor; R v Piki Piliu (Unreported) FC3, 7 November 1969 (Kausigor’s Case)

R v Hugh William Sitai PNG National Archives Accession 454 Box 14625 Crown Prosecution File 5-9468

R v Kauba-Paruwo [1963] PNGLR 18

R v John Bomai [1964] PNGLR 278

R. v John Passum, PNG National Archives Accession No.454 Box No.9621 File No.8596 1972

R v M.K. [1973] PNGLR 204 (Mama Kamzo’s Appeal)

R v Mama Kamzo (Unreported) SC 671, 17 Febr 1972 (Mama Kamzo’s Trial)

R v Siune Wel PNG National Archives Accession 454 Box 14625 Crown Prosecution File 5-9471 (Siune Wel Case)

R v Womeni-Nanagawo [1963] PNGLR 72

R v Yawi Huaimbore PNG National Archives Accession 454 Box 14625 Crown Prosecution File 5-9474

Re Wagi Non and Section 42(5) of the Constitution [1991] PNGLR 84

Samana v Waki (Unreported) N449 Amet J, 23 January 1984

SCR No 5 of 1982; Re Disputed Returns for the Kairuku-Hiri Open Electorate [1982] PNGLR 379

Secretary for Law v Kabua Dewake [1975] PNGLR 100

Smedley v the State [1980] PNGLR 379

State v Aubafo Feama & Ors [1978] PNGLR 301

State v John Puwa Bui (Unreported) N944, 14 December 1990

State v Johnny Mala, (Unreported, Unnumbered) National Court; CR 96 of 1997; 25–26th February 1997 (JohnnyMala’s Case)

State v Kule [1991] PNGLR 404

State v Luku Wapulae (Unreported) N233, 4 June 1980

State v Pos [1991] PNGLR 208

Other jurisdictions

Bankstown City Council v Le 2003 WL 23103843; [2003] NSWLEC 362; [2005] ALMD 2742 (NSW, Australia)

Bowers v Hardwick 478 U.S. 186 (1986) (USA)

Croome v Tasmania (1997) 191 CLR 119 (Australia Clth.)

Heydon’s Case (1584) 3 Co Rep 7a, 7b; 76 ER 637, 638 (England) (Heydon’s Case)

Lawrence v Texas 539 U.S. 558, 578, 123 S.Ct. 2472, 156 L.Ed.2d 508 (2003) (USA)

McCoskar v The State [2005] FJHC 500 (Fiji)

Nadan v The State [2005] FJHC 1 (Fiji)

National Coalition for Gay and Lesbian Equality and Another v Minister of Justice and Others (CCT11/98) [1998] ZACC 15, §136 (South Africa)

Naz Foundation (India) Trust v Government of ACT of Delhi and Others WP(C) No.7445/2001, date of decision 2 July 2009, (India) (Naz Case)

Salgueiro da Silva Mouta v Portugal [2001] 1 F.C.R. 653 (European Court of Human Rights)

Suresh Kumar Koushal and another v Naz Foundation and Others, Civil Appeal No.10972 of 2013, 11 December 2013, (India) (Naz Appeal)

Legislation

Papua New Guinea

Constitution of the Independent State of Papua New Guinea

Criminal Code Act 1974

Criminal Code (Sexual Offences and Crimes Against Children) Act 2002

Customs Recognition Act 1963

Deserted Wives and Children Act 1951

HIV/AIDS Management and Prevention Act 2003

Human Rights Ordinance 1972

Informal Sector Act 2004

Interpretation Act 1975

Interpretation (Interim Provisions) Act 1975

Law Reform Commission Act 1975

Laws Repeal and Adopting Ordinance 1921–1939 (New Guinea)

Marriage Act 1963

National AIDS Council Act 1997

Native Administration Regulation (T.N.G.) (Chapter 315)

Native Customs (Recognition) Ordinance 1963

Native Regulation Act 1908–1967 (Papua)

Native Regulation 1888/1922 (Papua)

Native Women’s Protection Ordinance 1951–1962 (Papua)

Police Act 1998

Police Offences Ordinance (New Guinea) 1925–1974

Police Offences Ordinance (Papua) 1912–1974

Prisons Ordinance (Papua) (repealed)

Public Health Act 1973

Public Order Ordinance 1971

Statute Law Revision (Amalgamation of Laws) Ordinance 1973

Summary Offences Act 1977

Underlying Law Act 2000

Vagrancy Ordinance (Papua) 1912–1964

Venereal Diseases Ordinance 1920–1947 (New Guinea)

Venereal Diseases Ordinance (Amalgamated) 1973 (Papua New Guinea)

Village Courts Act 1974

White Women’s Protection Ordinance 1929 (Papua)

Other jurisdictions

Constitution of India 1949 (Ind)

Constitution of the Republic of South Africa Act No. 108 of 1996 (Saf)

Human Rights (Sexual Conduct) Act 1994 (Cth)

New Guinea Act 1929–1935 (Cth)

Papua Act 1905–1940 (Cth)

Papua and New Guinea Act 1949 (Cth)

Papua New Guinea Act 1971 (Cth) 1. The short title of this Act, which was in effect the ‘constitution’ of the two Territories until Independence, was changed by Section 1 of No.123 of 1971.

Papua New Guinea Act (No. 2) 1974 (Cth)

International treaties, agreements, documents

Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (Europe) (ETS No. 5), 213 U.N.T.S. 222, entered into force 3 September 1953.

Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women, GA res 34/180, 34 UN GAOR Supp (No. 46) at 193, UN Doc A/34/46, entered into force 3 September 1981 (CEDAW).

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National of Papua New Guinea (Port Moresby)

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Pacific Islands Monthly (Suva, Fiji)

Sydney Morning Herald

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