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By Robert Algie
As a property owner with a pool, you should carefully consider and review the relevant regulations that are applicable.
By Matthew Forshaw
The full impact will be felt when payments cease after the five-year grace period, with many unprepared for the changes.
By Selwyn Black
Disputes over super payments could be avoided if the deceased had nominated a beneficiary with each of the super funds.
By Josephine Heesh
The Australian Treasury has issued a discussion paper on proposals to reform the Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) regime.
By Justine Anderson, Bill Madden
The professor argues that ACL consumer guarantees strengthen the case for students as consumers of educational services.
By Merryn Lynch, Josephine Heesh
The 2017 National Constitutional Convention delivered the statement which calls for substantive constitutional change.
By Alex Collie, Paul Carroll
We discuss Burns v Corbett; Gaynor v Burns [2017] NSWCA 3.
By Alex Collie, Paul Carroll
Staged development applications allow a proponent to seek preliminary consent for a large project.
By Matthew Rafferty
We discuss Pozetu Pty Ltd v Alexander James Pty Ltd [2016] NSW 205.
By Selwyn Black, Nathan Gately
The Court found that the Bankruptcy Act 1966 is a "stay" for the purposes of s15(2) of the Foreign Judgments Act 1991.
By Brett Fatches
The aim of a Will is to pass your assets on to those to whom you wish to benefit, so thorough preparation is essential.
By Paul Carroll
The Federal Government recently introduced a Bill to extend the GST to on-line sales of imported goods under $1,000.
By Brett Fatches
A Will is an essential part of estate planning, it is a part of the plan to provide for people who are important to you.
By Selwyn Black, Nicholas Huang
On 10 July 2017, IP Australia launched its IP Mediation Referral Service.
By Selwyn Black
The application for winding up under local company law was stayed to allow for arbitration of the substantive dispute.
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