Litigation, liberty, and legitimation: The experience of the Church of Scientology in Australian Law
Richardson, J. T.
Litigation, liberty, and legitimation: The experience of the Church of Scientology in Australian Law.
St Mark's Review, 247, 61-81.
Freedom of religion, the paradigm of freedom of conscience, is of the essence of a free society. The chief function in the law of a definition of religion is to mark out an area within which a person subject to the law is free to believe and to act in accordance with his belief without legal restraint.
freedom of religion, law and legislation, Scientology, payroll tax, Australia