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E-Alert: Rising from the rubble – what damages can be recovered when a residential building contract has been breached?
Article notes that for breach of a building contract, damages may become recoverable by the party not in breach.
Australia
25 Sep 2019
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e-Alert: Home was not built in one day – Termination for delay under a residential building contract
In this case, the owners were entitled to terminate the contract for a failure to progress the works with due diligence.
Australia
4 Sep 2019
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E-Alert: Protestors, if you get hurt in my workplace, its your OWN fault!
Discussion about your work, health and safety obligations to trespassers.
Australia
24 Apr 2019
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E-alert: Shutting the gate after the horse has bolted: Backdoor review of QBCC insurance payment not permitted
Builders must take appropriate action if they receive documents from QBCC and challenge decisions where appropriate.
Australia
5 May 2017
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E-ALERT: Remember the clock keeps ticking when applying to set aside an Adjudication decision
Principals need to consider their rights carefully and quickly when they receive an adverse Adjudication Decision.
Australia
8 Mar 2017
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Spam claim canned: no right to sue
The Privacy Act and the Spam Act do not give rise to personal actions for damages from a contravention of those Acts.
Australia
28 Nov 2016
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Applying to court to extend the deadline for registering on the PPSA — ask and you shall receive?
This case discusses when a court might be willing to extend the timeframe for a secured party to register its interests.
Australia
24 Oct 2016
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Contracting out of free speech: Film makers beware
The case is a rare example of when an injunction restraining publication before trial was discharged at a final hearing.
Australia
 
24 Oct 2016
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Personal Injury Law: In failing to make a timely diagnosis, does a General Practitioner breach their duty to their patient?
Medical practitioners are held to a high level of standard of care and skill in respect of their duty to their patients.
Australia
14 Jul 2015
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Personal Injury Law: Conflict between statutory and common law duties of care
The case shows that in certain instances the existence of a statutory obligation may override a common law duty of care.
Australia
14 Jul 2015
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Issue estoppel and natural justice in respect of adjudication decisions in Caltex v Allstate Access (Australia) Pty Ltd & Ors [2014] QSC 223.
The decision limits the ambit of argument about the application of issue estoppel in relation to adjudication decisions.
Australia
20 Jan 2015
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