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NSW Government Bulletin - Challenge to demolition of Sydney Football Stadium
Article discusses background to, reasons for and grounds of the challenge to the demolition of the Sydney Football Stadium.
Australia
26 Mar 2019
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NSW Government Bulletin: a zeugma in statutory interpretation
In this decision, the NSW Court of Appeal examined the construction of the section, including the impact of a zeugma.
Australia
6 Dec 2018
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Court decision questions the status of endorsed parties in Cultural Heritage Management Plan process
Discussion about recent decision in relation to a Cultural Heritage Management Plan and the status of an endorsed party.
Australia
27 Nov 2018
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Freezing Australian assets as security for foreign proceedings
A judgment or award is only worthwhile if obtained or can be enforced in a jurisdiction where a respondent has assets.
Australia
11 Oct 2018
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NSW Government Bulletin - 18 September 2018: Part 1 - Compulsory acquisition of land
The NSW Court of Appeal reversed the Desane decision regarding the compulsory acquisition of its land by the government.
Australia
20 Sep 2018
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Courts overturn record defamation payout to Rebel Wilson
This appeal decision indicates that courts in Victoria will take a strict approach to awarding damages for defamation.
Australia
25 Jun 2018
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Residential Focus - 9 May 2018: Part 1
The NSWCAT Appeal Panel looked at the extent of the Tribunal's power to make a money order on a renewal application.
Australia
21 May 2018
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NSW Government Bulletin - 21 February 2018
Although HC is yet to decide on jurisdiction of state tribunals the NSW Panel has come to its own conclusion.
Australia
27 Feb 2018
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"But it wasn't my fault!" – Making representations to prosecutors
A representation is a way of appealing to a prosecutor and suggesting that maybe he or she should reconsider the charges.
Australia
13 Dec 2016
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NSW Court of Appeal considers novel approach to statutory interpretation
This decision highlights the importance of clear drafting and sets out some key principles of statutory interpretation.
Australia
11 Mar 2016
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High Court restores the status quo concerning agreed civil penalties
The High Court restored the status quo and ruled that the Barbaro principle does not apply in civil penalty proceedings.
Australia
26 Feb 2016
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Civil penalty proceedings: approach of the courts following Barbaro and CFMEU
At this time, the CFMEU and the Commonwealth have sought special leave to appeal the CFMEU decision to the High Court.
Australia
12 Jul 2015
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Taking it to the Supreme Court: Planning cases and administrative law
The trend suggests an increased willingness to escalate planning litigation to the Supreme Court after an adverse result.
Australia
2 Jun 2015
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Overcoming Impediments To Development
Many developments do not proceed due to the difficulty of obtaining easements for access or drainage or other services over adjoining land. In some instances neighbouring owners will be opposed to a proposed development and will refuse to give easements in an endeavour to thwart the proposed development. In other cases, there will be a failure to negotiate a mutually acceptable purchase price or other terms of agreement.
Australia
3 Nov 2006
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