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What is testamentary capacity? A basic guide
16 Oct
As a lawyer specialising in wills and estates, I find myself increasingly providing advice...
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Algorithms, artificial intelligence, automated systems and the law
02 Oct
In an item published recently in the ANU Reporter - Do we have a Frankenstein problem? - ...
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How to avoid a drivers licence suspension in NSW
26 Sep
The obvious answer to the question of how to avoid a drivers licence suspension is to obey...
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What’s in a tablet? Understanding the dangers of chemically synthesised drugs
18 Sep
The actual contents of many of the ecstasy tablets and other tablets that people take at ...
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Why your non-dental cavities may be of interest to the authorities
30 Aug
There is currently a stand-off of sorts between the NSW Police and the NSW Greens party ...
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Appealing fines to Revenue NSW becoming an increasingly pointless exercise
25 Jul
More people opting to go to court rather than appealing to Revenue NSW If you receive a ...
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“We’ve been fighting for years – will my child be able to access the court records?“
18 Jul
You have been fighting for years with your ex-husband/wife/partner over the kids, each of ...
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What happens at settlement when you buy a home – and what can go wrong
12 Jul
Buying a new home or a property can be one of the most exciting events of your life. In an...
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Automatic vehicle registration in NSW – beware the pensioner trap
04 Jul
In New South Wales, pension concession card holders who receive free vehicle registration ...
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“I can just convert my shed into a granny flat without getting council approval, can’t I? Who would know?” – Wrong!
21 Jun
Changing the use of a non-habitable area into a habitable area should not be done without ...
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Home downsizer superannuation contribution offers opportunity to retirees
20 Jun
Important changes are coming to the law on superannuation from 1 July 2018 that could be ...
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Compulsory acquisition of properties in NSW now not so certain
15 Jun
A landmark court decision has delivered a blow to the NSW government’s seemingly ...
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