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Section 32 Mental Health Act provisions replaced by new legislation in NSW
05 Mar 2021
New legislation has made specific changes to the old section 32 Mental Health ...
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Spy phone apps: privacy protection or illegal surveillance?
04 Mar 2021
In a recent family law case, I came across an obscure app installed on a young ...
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How do you choose an executor for your will? – the horror story edition
25 Feb 2021
Part of a writing a will involves considering who you will appoint as executor ...
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Could a developer rescind off-the-plan contracts to cash in on a rising property market? Which case won?
23 Feb 2021
In 2014, the vendor and several purchasers entered into contracts for the sale ...
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What is “duty of care” if you are injured?
18 Feb 2021
A recent duty of care case involved a man who was walking inside The Star casino...
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Federal government announces capital gains tax relief for granny flat accommodation
16 Feb 2021
You have ageing parents who don’t want to move into aged care. There is room ...
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Could a worker claim weekly compensation payments for a psychological injury that left him unable to work? Which case won?
08 Feb 2021
A worker was recruited by an employer following a history of successful ...
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Police found to have conducted unlawful stop and search
05 Feb 2021
Two men are spotted by police walking at night, not late, on a street in ...
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Posting defamatory conspiracy theories online can cost you
03 Feb 2021
The Federal Court has awarded $875,000 in damages against a person who posted ...
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What is partial compulsory acquisition?
29 Jan 2021
Partial compulsory acquisition is where part of your property is acquired by the...
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De facto property settlement can be as complex as a marriage break up
22 Jan 2021
You commit to a relationship with your partner and move in together. You earn ...
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