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NSW con­struc­tion indus­try — per­spec­tive of an expert (part 1 of 6)
The articles are discussions with building consultants about NSW properties with defects from original construction works.
Australia
16 May 2019
2
Fair Work Com­mis­sion rules out New Approaches to indi­vid­ual disputes
'New Approaches' aims to assist employers, employees and representatives build productive and cooperative workplaces.
Australia
16 May 2019
3
The problem with informal wills
Two cases highlight the dangers of failing to sign a will and then seeking probate of informal testamentary documents.
Australia
16 May 2019
4
Change the rules – which ones? What busi­ness­es need to know about Labor employ­ment policy
This article examines Labor employment policies and provides insight as to how Australian businesses may be impacted.
Australia
16 May 2019
5
Gain­ing con­trol — what you can do under the new NSW stra­ta renew­al legislation
You can form a 'bloc' to maintain some control over any potential collective vote to sell the whole strata scheme.
Australia
16 May 2019
6
When a dis­trib­u­tor­ship ends – who gets the nam­ing rights?
The main heads of disputes when a distributorship ends include trade marks, reputation, domain names & contractual issues.
Australia
8 May 2019
7
The con­struc­tion indus­try in NSW: cur­rent state of play
There has always been, and probably always will be, calls for investigations into the building and construction industry.
Australia
17 Apr 2019
8
Unfair dis­missal – Con­fi­den­tial­i­ty no excuse for fail­ure to con­sult on redundancy
This decision has considered a dilemma for employers when managing redundancies in a confidential business acquisition.
Australia
13 Apr 2019
9
Pri­or­i­ty notices in NSW: Pru­dent or impractical?
Priority notices are a quick and cheap tool to preserve the priority of future dealings, but their uptake has been slow.
Australia
13 Apr 2019
10
A Will with no ben­e­fi­cia­ries? An expen­sive mistake
Consulting a lawyer might seem expensive to some, but a defective Will, however, can prove even more costly.
Australia
13 Apr 2019
11
Super­an­nu­a­tion splitting and rela­tion­ship breakdown
There is no "one size fits all" approach to superannuation splitting which can be applied to all separating couples.
Australia
4 Apr 2019
12
A caveat on caveats
Caveats can be a cost-effective way to alert people that you have a legal or beneficial interest in a piece of property.
Australia
28 Mar 2019
13
You got­ta have faith: good faith and deter­mi­na­tions under the SOP Act
Discussion about recent case which dealt with a challenge to the decision of an adjudicator engaged under the SOP Act.
Australia
20 Mar 2019
14
Women in the legal profession
The legal profession has some way to go to reach gender equality and women are still under-represented at senior levels.
Australia
18 Mar 2019
15
The value of the homemaker: International Womens Day and family law
It is timely to reflect on the contribution of women in society, and how that contribution is valued in Australian law.
Australia
18 Mar 2019
16
Women can own property: Married Persons (Equality of Status) Act 1996 NSW
Married women can acquire property on their own, so women can retain financial autonomy and independence after marriage.
Australia
18 Mar 2019
17
The feminisation of poverty
Women are overrepresented amongst those living in poverty, as they are often unable to participate equally in society.
Australia
18 Mar 2019
18
Gender, pay and job insecurity
Until women are able to maintain both home and work responsibilities, the gender pay gap will continue to be significant.
Australia
18 Mar 2019
19
Home owners: what to do about defects
Owners must be familiar with their rights, and be prepared to pursue claims for rectification of defects or compensation.
Australia
14 Mar 2019
20
Murder and inheritance - the $40 bottle of wine story
This article examines the forfeiture rule (no benefits from murder), as applied to inheritance from a deceased estate.
Australia
11 Mar 2019
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