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By Claire Hawke-Gundill
Each Australian State has legislated for some form of Advanced Health Directive.
By Kellie Cook
The laws providing protection against unfair contract terms to consumers have been extended to protect small businesses.
By Brenton Oakley, Philip Mavor
This instalment deals with the powers of the Commissioner under the Act.
By Carol Hamilton
A recent decision indicates that the term "retrospective approval" is inappropriate when referring to planning legislation.
By Mark Fatharly
An injunction is granted for the purpose of keeping matters in status quo until the rights are determined at trial.
By Loretta Carè, Alison Brooks
The court must consider the best interests of any children and the emotional impact of separation and disputes on them.
By Vidal Hockless
The Court considered an arbitrator's determination on the question of "harsh and unreasonable" conduct under the Act.
By Brenton Oakley, Philip Mavor
Instalment 8 in this series on reforms deals with new administration and winding up provisions introduced under the Act.
By Ashley Crisp
These WA cases, both by self-represented plaintiffs, highlight a number of issues relating to CTP litigation.
By Brenton Oakley, Philip Mavor
Instalment 7 of this series on key features and reforms deals with statutory management of an incorporated association.
By Ashley Crisp
These recent CTP decisions provide interesting reading and guidance for assessing liability and contributory negligence.
By Brenton Oakley, Philip Mavor
This seventh instalment of a series of legal updates deals with the Statutory Management of an incorporated association.
The settlement process when selling or buying real property or interests in real property in Australia has changed.
By Ashley Crisp, Ken Grunder
We discuss Hurley v Lang [2016] WADC 117.
By Tom Darbyshire
When parties include an arbitration clause in their agreement, they expect to be able to stay out of the courtroom.
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