The Australian legal system is based primarily on British common law, which has been developed over centuries of case law and legal precedent in England and Wales. When Australia was colonized by the British in the late 18th century, the British legal system was introduced and became the foundation of the Australian legal system. However, over time, the Australian legal system has evolved and developed its own unique features, including the adoption of federalism, the creation of a written constitution, and the recognition of Indigenous customary law. Nevertheless, the influence of British law and legal institutions remains a significant feature of the Australian legal system.
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