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Constitutional Corporation

Constitutional Corporation

A constitutional corporation is a corporation to which paragraph 51(xx) of the Australian Constitution applies. To be a constitutional corporation, an employer must be:

  • a foreign corporation, i.e. a corporation incorporated outside of Australia that does business in Australia;
  • a financial corporation formed in Australia; or
  • a trading corporation formed in Australia.

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