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Why is Australia 'micronation central'? And do you still have to pay tax if you secede?

By Harry Hobbs, Senior lecturer, University of Technology Sydney
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Would you like to buy a micronation?

The Principality of Hutt River is on the market. For 50 years, the sprawling 6,100 hectare property, more than 500 kilometers from Perth, styled itself as the “second-largest country in Australia”.

It was formed in 1970 by Leonard Casley (Prince Leonard), who seceded from Australia following…

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