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Cooper Grace Ward
This edition of 'It depends' discusses whether you need to pay stamp duty on a change of trustee.
Cooper Grace Ward
The author discusses the recent Hill v Zuda High Court decision on binding death benefit nominations in SMSFs.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
If a jury in a criminal trial cannot reach a unanimous decision, court has discretion to allow for 'majority verdicts'.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
A community correction order in NSW is a type of good behaviour bond with conditions, in lieu of a prison sentence.
Polaris Lawyers
This High Court case is a reminder of the law of negligence for people in sports and other risky recreational activities.
Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia
Motor vehicle pursuits are an inherently dangerous offence, and present challenging decisions for police officers.
Astor Legal
Tribunal found that the Queensland man was not a person of good character.
Holman Webb
Guide helps determine whether an injured person has sustained minor or non-minor injuries for the purpose of liability decisions.
Holding Redlich
ACCC alleges that Airbnb misled consumers into believing prices for Australian accommodation were in AUD when they were in USD.
Herbert Smith Freehills
For some time now, the issue of whether a sales representative can cross-position different insurance policies or financial products through the mechanism of ...
Holding Redlich
Links to media releases, in practice & courts, publications, cases & legislation relating to the NSW government.
Holding Redlich
Discussion about pork barrelling - what is it?; parliamentary duties; accountability; laws around it etc
Vincent Young
The Corporations Amendment (Meetings and Documents) Bill 2021 (Cth) (Amendment Act) was given royal assent on 22 February 2022 and has now come into force.
Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia
Distributing an intimate image without consent, revenge porn, is a serious offence and in NSW, the penalties are harsh.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Effective management of ESG risks & opportunities is now a key business imperative.
Stacks Law Firm
Under the Australian constitution, government has the power to grant the royal prerogative of mercy (a royal pardon).
Stacks Law Firm
People in NSW are now required by law to give and obtain consent before they engage in a sex act.
Stacks Law Firm
Qantas may be liable for huge court fees and payouts to sacked workers, and penalties for sacking them illegally.
Stacks Law Firm
In response to family law proceedings, the mother alleged that the father had subjected her to financial coercion.
Herbert Smith Freehills
The NSW Court of Appeal has confirmed that a personal interest that cannot be legally enforced is not a compensable "interest in land"...
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