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Dealing with deceased estates - Executor duties
Most people are unaware of the complexities and time needed to administer a deceased estate and could find it a burden.
Australia
26 May 2018
2
Batman or joker? The critical role of technology in fuelling change, improving customer experience, and enabling misconduct
The ACCC has launched an inquiry into the impact of digital platforms on competition in media and advertising markets.
Australia
26 May 2018
3
Adverse action and the direction to attend medical assessments
Employers should ensure that any direction to attend an IMA is reasonable and lawful having regard to the circumstances.
Australia
26 May 2018
4
Ipso facto clauses in contracts – There is change on the way
This important change from a raft of recent insolvency reforms concerns enforcement of 'ipso facto' clauses in contracts.
Australia
26 May 2018
5
The A to Z of Insolvency and Restructuring
The A to Z of Insolvency and Restructuring is a handy downloadable index of the difficult terms you need to understand.
Australia
26 May 2018
6
Significant law reforms proposed for Queensland system of local government
The proposed reforms in these two Bills aim to introduce a new governance framework for Queensland local government.
Australia
26 May 2018
7
Update To Australian Export Controls For Tangibles
Australia's export control rules for tangibles have been amended to more closely align with the regime for intangible supplies.
Australia
25 May 2018
8
Building and Development Committee decision incorrectly focussed on procedural requirements instead of reasonable and relevant plumbing requirements
By focussing on the procedural requirements the Committee did not decide all of the matters the subject of the appeal.
Australia
25 May 2018
9
Proposed onsite relocation of heritage structure refused due to removal of front garden
The Court found the relocation of the heritage building onto the site of the front garden conflicted with the City Plan.
Australia
25 May 2018
10
CFTC Grants FBOT Registration To Australian Securities Exchange
The CFTC has accepted FBOT registration applications since 2012, and to date has granted registration to 19 FBOTs.
Australia
25 May 2018
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Queensland Planning and Environment Court re-enlivens a lapsed development approval where the relevant Council was not opposed the re-enlivening
The Court decided that it was appropriate to exercise its discretion and re-enlivened the lapsed development approval.
Australia
25 May 2018
12
Queensland Court of Appeal dismisses claims of procedural unfairness and upholds validity of Environmental Protection Order
The Court of Appeal held that the grounds attacking the validity of the EPO must fail and upheld the validity of the EPO.
Australia
25 May 2018
13
Queensland Planning and Environment Court awards costs against the Council following an unsuccessful joinder application
The Court determined that an application to join Queensland Rail to the proceedings did not advance the public interest.
Australia
25 May 2018
14
Queensland Planning and Environment Court refuses to join Queensland Rail as a party to an appeal concerning a condition requiring works on land leased by Queensland Rail
The Court found that there was no reasonable basis upon which to join Queensland Rail as a party to the proceedings.
Australia
25 May 2018
15
No Council resolution required to incorporate other information into rating categories
This was an application for judicial review of decisions relating to rating categories for differential general rates.
Australia
25 May 2018
16
Queensland Land Court dismisses an appeal on the basis of inadequate evidence and a valuation based on a false assumption
The Court held that the landowner failed to discharge its onus of proof with respect to any of its grounds of appeal.
Australia
25 May 2018
17
Queensland Planning and Environment Court considers the reasonableness and relevance of conditions imposed upon a quarry
The Court found in favour of the Council in respect of all the imposed conditions, save in respect of aviation safety.
Australia
25 May 2018
18
Queensland Land Court dismisses application for costs after determining conduct did not bear the hallmarks of frivolity or vexatiousness
The Court found it was reasonable for the Appellant to withdraw from the proceedings after a re-evaluation of prospects.
Australia
25 May 2018
19
Queensland Supreme Court found that the usual rules as to costs applied, despite the public interest character of the proceeding
The Court decided that there was no reason to depart from the usual order as to costs or to reduce the quantum of costs.
Australia
25 May 2018
20
QPEC considers the full extent of a development approval, in declaring that the demolition of part of a pre-1946 dwelling was not exempt development
The demolition of the part of the house behind the highest and rear-most part of the roof was not exempt development.
Australia
25 May 2018
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