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Oct 28, 1983
Judges define a religion — The Age (Australia)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Garry Sturgess
Source: The Age (Australia)
The High Court yesterday gave a broad meaning to what in law constitutes a religion, with all five judges holding that a belief in God was not an essential criterion. The Full Victorian Supreme Court, upholding the decision of a single judge of that court, had earlier found that a belief in God was essential and that Scientology did not qualify as a religion. But this finding was yesterday unanimously overruled by the High Court. Acting Chief Justice Mason and Mr ...
Oct 28, 1983
Scientology a religion: judges — The Age (Australia)
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Author(s): Garry Sturgess
Source: The Age (Australia)
The High Court yesterday unanimously ruled that Scientology was a religion and declared that a belief in God was not an essential qualification for an organisation to be a religion. The decision, a rebuff to the Victorian Full Supreme Court, means that Scientologists are entitled to tax exemptions under the Victorian Payroll Tax Act. Although the case was fought over a relatively small amount of money, $897.80, the decision could have major implications for Federal and State revenue raising authorities if ...
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