13) He devoted particular attention to AG for New South Wales v Trethowan  AC 526 ('Trethowan's Case') in which the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council had held that section 5 of the Colonial Laws Validity Act 1865, prevented the New South Wales legislature from repealing a statute which according to its own terms, was unrepealable
except with the concurrence of a referendum.
Sovereignty is generally conceived of as being unrepealable
, incontestable, and indivisible.
the next election, might enact unrepealable
laws raising taxes and
Its avatars crammed the last missing piece of an all-encompassing transfer state (the Affordable Care Act) through Congress on the cynical theory that a gusher of subsidies would render an unpopular law unrepealable
This agency is immune from control by Congress, the president, and the courts--and the law creating it absurdly claims that it is unrepealable
218) An attempt to make an unrepealable
law would be "void ab initio & ipso facto without repeale," simply "by the impertinency of it.
reason, legislatures are not allowed to pass unrepealable