Mondaq Australia: Government, Public Sector
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The Victorian Government published a revised Guideline on the process for market-led proposals for infrastructure needs.
Holding Redlich
This edition considers how Government requirements and specifications are dealt with in key QITC contract documents.
McCullough Robertson
The Government requires that any farm sold to a foreign investor must first be advertised widely for at least 30 days.
ClarkeKann Lawyers
These new FIRB rules have been introduced to enable adequate opportunity for Australians to invest in agricultural land.
Holding Redlich
This bulletin has links to media releases, reports, cases and legislation of interest to Queensland government lawyers.
Holding Redlich
This bulletin has links to media releases, reports, cases, legislation and issues of interest to NSW government lawyers.
Holding Redlich
While cyber security is currently a high priority issue, a consistent focus on other privacy risks cannot be ignored.
Holding Redlich
The Treasurer has announced new policy requirements that foreign investors must satisfy when seeking FIRB approval.
Holding Redlich
This edition of the QWIK QITC Series considers differences between the QITC framework and the previous, GITC framework.
Littler Mendelson
The Australian Government has announced plans to release draft legislation proposing the introduction of a "modern slavery in supply chains" reporting requirement.
Holding Redlich
This newsletter has links to media releases, reports, plans and cases of interest to local government in Australia.
Holding Redlich
In this edition, we will consider the key documents that support the QITC framework and form part of QITC contracts.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
This recent court decision invalidating a utility charge for water should serve as a warning to other local governments.
Holding Redlich
The bulletin has links to media releases, reports, cases and legislation of interest to Queensland government lawyers.
Holding Redlich
This bulletin has links to media releases, reports, cases, legislation and issues of interest to NSW government lawyers.
Holding Redlich
The issue considers matters assessed when determining which QITC framework or other contract to use in ICT procurement.
Holding Redlich
The High Court will clarify the ability of state tribunals to deal with disputes between residents of different states.
Holding Redlich
Existing model litigant obligations would be reinforced, and an independent mechanism would deal with any complaints.
Holding Redlich
The article discusses recent administrative law cases, indicating trends and developments in NSW and the Commonwealth.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The question of a public officer's intent when enforcing a regulation has been sent to the High Court for consideration.
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