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E-Alert: You never know who is listening: Privately recording body corporate meetings
Currently, Queensland does not have any specific legislation dealing with recording devices in a body corporate meeting.
Australia
 
6 Jun 2019
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E-alert: Queensland Liquor Update – What do the major parties have in store for the industry?
The article is a brief summary of the Queensland political parties' policy positions on the liquor/hospitality industry.
Australia
24 Nov 2017
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E-Alert: Liquor Licensing Update - ID scanners now compulsory in Queensland
New provisions of the Liquor Act require many licensees to scan the IDs of patrons who enter the Premises after 10pm.
Australia
5 Jul 2017
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State-wide lockout not to proceed – update for pubs and clubs in Queensland
The lockout was proposed to commence on 1 February 2017, part of the reform package to tackle alcohol fuelled violence.
Australia
2 Feb 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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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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Changes for licensed premises commencing 1 July 2016
The next suite of changes enacted by the Tackling Alcohol-Fuelled Violence Legislation Amendment Act 2016 will commence.
Australia
4 Jul 2016
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More liquor and gaming changes proposed for Queensland
A new amendment bill proposes to implement reforms to tackle alcohol-fuelled violence by creating safe night precincts.
Australia
9 Feb 2016
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Email contracts – Who, What, When and Where – The formation of binding agreements through email exchanges
The Courts will, at times, recognise email exchanges as constituting an immediate and binding agreement between parties.
Australia
5 Oct 2015
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