Changes to strata laws in NSW aim to deliver urban renewal and boost housing supply
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Workers compensation changes in NSW leaving injured workers in the lurch
14 Oct
by Grant Avery. A study by Macquarie University has found changes the government made ...
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Protecting the family farm with a family trust – universal panacea or double-edged sword?
07 Oct
by Anneka Frayne. One of the best ways to protect your assets is through a family ...
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Compulsory acquisition of your property: stand up for your rights and don’t let yourself be bullied. Free help is available.
04 Oct
by Digby Dunn. Being told by the government that your home or property is about to be ...
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Proposed reforms to NSW CTP scheme to disadvantage accident victims and safeguard insurers’ profits
28 Sep
by Justin Stack. People injured in vehicle accidents in NSW are heading for a far worse...
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What questions is it legal for employers to ask job applicants during an interview?
27 Sep
by Nathan Luke. The process of looking for a new worker to fill a vacancy is a source ...
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Giving large gifts to your children before you die: make sure you avoid unintended consequences
22 Sep
by Tony Mitchell. It is not uncommon for parents to provide financial assistance to ...
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Discrimination against employees and job seekers who have a mental illness – legislation vs. reality
22 Sep
by Nathan Luke. It is illegal for employers to discriminate against workers or job ...
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Murder, attempted murder, manslaughter, misadventure and accident – forms of death from unnatural causes
21 Sep
by Jessica Mackay. The Australian laws relating to murder, attempted murder and ...
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Injured while travelling? Know your legal rights
31 Aug
by Victoria Roy. Any right to compensation will depend on a number of factors ...
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What does an Executor execute?
17 Aug
We’ve heard about people being Executors of an Estate, but what do they actually ...
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I’ve missed out in a Will – what can I do?
08 Aug
Two Sydney teenaged sisters have launched legal action against their family to try and ...
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