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Fair Work Ombudsman wins first ruling against racial discrimination in the workplace
14 May
In an Australian first, the Fair Work Ombudsman won a landmark case in the Federal Circuit...
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Did husband’s failure to disclose cause a miscarriage of justice? Which case won?
14 May
A couple moved in together in 1992 and married in 1997, but ultimately separated and were ...
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Sydney developer uses squatter’s rights to claim ownership of a property in NSW
09 May
A decision in the NSW Supreme Court has ruled in favour of a property developer who ...
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Escaping city life and moving to the country? Make sure you do your due diligence
08 May
Greater numbers of city dwellers are considering moving to the country to enjoy a more ...
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Could your regular employee performance reviews be illegal?
02 May
Employers in Australia regularly conduct performance reviews with their employees to ...
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Who should inherit the old man’s money? His friend or a charity? Which case won?
29 Apr
In the years prior to his death at the age of 87, a man instructed his solicitor on a ...
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Option agreement to buy land must be in the appropriate form – developers take note
26 Apr
What is an option agreement? An option agreement is a contractual document required when ...
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Before buying property with friends be aware of the potential pitfalls
11 Apr
Co-ownership an obvious option in a high-priced property market With sky-high prices ...
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Could a vendor terminate a contract to sell off-the-plan property after the sunset date? Which case won?
10 Apr
The parties entered into a conveyancing transaction for off-the-plan (unregistered) ...
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A win for off-the-plan buyers in NSW – developers can no longer use sunset clause for financial gain
05 Apr
A recent landmark judgement in the NSW Supreme Court gave off-the-plan apartment buyers a ...
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Photography and the law – when is it illegal to take a photo?
04 Apr
Photographs are funny things – or not, depending on how much trouble they can cause. In ...
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Could a police officer claim damages for psychiatric injury after attending a fatal accident? Which case won?
27 Mar
A Queensland police officer attended a motor vehicle accident in 2013 involving a car ...
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