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By Ron Aurelius, Danielle Verde
Recent case highlights power of court to dispense with important legal requirements for Wills to be properly signed and witnessed.
By Andrew Frankland, Belinda Cao
This article highlights preliminary issues to be considered before developing a succession plan for your family trust.
By Dennis Loether
Recent amendments significantly affect how NSW councils consider boarding house proposals on R2 Low Density zoned land.
By David Greenhalgh
This case contains legal issues of interest to councils, including the obligation to assess, and warn of, obvious risks.
By Darren Gardner, Andrew Yahl
In this case, the Court considered that Council could terminate the CEO's contract without cause and by paying notice.
By Norman Donato
The pivotal role of culture in driving or discouraging misconduct is relevant to government and private organisations.
By Peter Barakate
Councils must consult with native title managers before dealing with Crown land, to avoid impairing native title rights.
By Mark Glynn
Councils should ensure that the building contractors and consultants maintain adequate levels of liability insurance.
By Eric Kwan, Sam Harmer
A commonly overlooked, powerful mechanism to help companies achieve Hayne recommendations is an employee share scheme.
By Sharon Levy
Two recent decisions of the NCAT Appeal Panel examine the definition of a "major defect" and what evidence is required.
By Gavin Stuart, Adam Cutri
Article provides an understanding of class actions; how they work, and more importantly, how they differ from other proceedings.
By Gerard Basha, Danielle Verde
Article discusses s58(2) which permits extensions of time to make family provision claims if all parties consent.
By Amber Sharp
Article discusses how the #metoo movement started a very important conversation, & remains a powerful engine of social change.
By Matthew Wilson
Article discusses the new law that gives Medicare new more robust debt recovery powers.
By Gerard Basha
Access to Court files will be granted to a non-party if a registrar is satisfied that ‘exceptional circumstances' exist.
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