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Oct 29, 1983
Sects welcome court decision on Scientology — Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
Oct 28, 1983
Scientology recognised as religion by High Court // The question is 'What is religion?' — Australian Financial Review
Type: Press
Author(s): David Solomon
Source: Australian Financial Review
Scientology is a religious institution and exempt from State payroll tax, the High Court ruled unanimously yesterday. It was the first time that the court came head on with the question "What is religion?". All the judges rejected the view that belief in a supreme being was essential to religion. Justices Mason and Brennan, in a joint judgment, stressed the importance of the case in determining fundamental questions of religious freedom in Australia and the extent to which an individual is ...
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Oct 28, 1983
Scientology wins status of church in High Court — The Australian
Type: Press
Author(s): Carol Simmonds
Source: The Australian
THE High Court yesterday decided to end God's exclusive reign over the nation's religious affairs, opening the way for many non-mainstream religions to claim the legal status of a church and all the financial and other privileges that go with that status. In a landmark decision handed down in Perth, the Full Court unanimously rejected a narrow definition of religion and moved towards the American judicial view under which Buddhism, Taoism, Ethical Culture and Secular Humanism have been held to be ...
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