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By Peter Lleonart
Injured workers can now pursue compensation claims for the costs of knee replacement procedures unrestricted by time.
By Rebecca Tidswell
Statutory will provisions give effect to the testamentary intentions of an incapacitated person, as defined by a court.
By Michael Barnes
The law is squarely against sexual harassment, so Mary should consider how to protect herself from this harassment.
By Joshua Dale
This paper deals with current developments in the areas of workers compensation and motor accident compensation in NSW.
By Bill Madden
We do not as yet have the benefit of a court decision applying the s60 ACL guarantee in a medical treatment context.
By Selwyn Black, Nathan Gately
The terms of this option contract were inconsistent with, so did not extinguish the terms of the right of first refusal.
By Nicholas Huang, Selwyn Black
This decision highlights the possible risk of taking correspondence from the Australian Taxation Office at face value.
By Charles Harrison
Powers of attorney are important in ensuring that you can be in control of your financial, legal, and personal affairs.
By Matthew Rafferty
Damages awarded where tenant refurbished premises then landlord refused to execute lease.
By Matthew Rafferty
Discussion about case about an exercise of an option and subsequent negotiation. .
By Gillian Kirwan, Paul Carroll
Protracted negotiations as to varied terms for future lease did not mean the tenant had abandoned the option lease.
By Justine Anderson, Lucy Tait
Hospitals and practitioners should ensure tests provide an accurate assessment of a patient's suitability for discharge.
By Peter Punch
An implied contractual term of "good faith and fair dealing" in an employment contract needs High Court interpretation.
By Gillian Kirwan, Paul Carroll
This leasing case was also another reminder about how difficult it is to win misleading and deceptive conduct cases.
By Bill Madden
Article discusses how the law, perhaps like medicine, seems easy enough to apply in many, but not all, circumstances.
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