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No duty of care owed…. This time
When potential purchasers could rely on a planning certificate, local governments are likely to owe them a duty of care.
Australia
10 Sep 2018
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How to get in - Powers of entry under the Public Health Act
The powers of entry and investigation under the Public Health Act 2016 (WA) are exercised by 'authorised officers'.
Australia
30 Aug 2018
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Councillors in Western Australia to disclose gifts and contributions to travel within 10 days and online
Local Governments in Western Australia should be preparing policies and procedures to comply with the new requirements.
Australia
2 Mar 2016
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Conflict and bias in dog attack case
The delegate should not have been able to act as a prosecutor and as a decision-maker on the same, or related, matter.
Australia
15 Nov 2015
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Winky Pop and the quasi-judicial role of council
The court found that the councillor's involvement in the process was sufficient to invalidate the council's decision.
Australia
28 Jul 2015
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Who decides who decides? Delegation in local government in Western Australia
A local government could operate through authorisations, 'act through' its officers and employees, or via delegation.
Australia
29 May 2015
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Effect of amalgamation on local government owned land and property leases in Western Australia
The position of a Local Government in relation to its land will depend on the type of amalgamation that has been ordered.
Australia
18 Nov 2014
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Amalgamation and Regional Local Governments in Western Australia
Amalgamating local governments who are members of Regional Local Governments will have to look at all the consequences.
Australia
16 Oct 2014
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Is your local government service charge invalid?
The decision clarifies that a service charge may only be imposed by a local government when adopting an annual budget.
Australia
9 Oct 2014
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A free lunch or a bottle of Grange – fail to disclose at your peril: conflict of interest and local government
A WA Council member must disclose the nature of an "interest" - before the meeting or before the matter is discussed.
Australia
4 Jun 2014
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