Rostron Carlyle Rojas
Delays in the completion of a building can cause increased costs and claims for damages by the homeowner or the builder.
The NACC aims to be an independent body to investigate "serious" or "systemic" corrupt conduct by Commonwealth officials.
Includes recent media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to residential property in New South Wales.
Owners claimed damages for breach of contract, claiming that the builder breached express warranties in the contract.
Employers should take note of the proposed introduction of a positive duty for employers to prevent sexual harassment.
A freezing order is a court order that the defendant cannot deal with specific assets up to the amount claimed by you.
Businesses face serious penalties if they allow non-citizens to work under the incorrect visa status for the role.
A summary of the laws that regulate the surveillance of employees and workplaces in NSW.
This bulletin includes recent media releases, reports, cases and legislation of interest to NSW government lawyers.
The recent passage of assisted dying legislation in NSW will hopefully avoid this type of tragic situation in future.
A statutory duty of care is owed to owners and subsequent owners of land by "a person who carries out construction work".
Spruson & Ferguson
A 12-month grace period to file a design application after publication or use by the owner is now in effect in Australia.
Carroll & O'Dea
The plaintiff claimed damages for sexual abuse, allegedly while he was a student at St Joseph's School in Lismore.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
This bill provides patients who use medical cannabis with a defence for driving with traces of THC in their system.
Rostron Carlyle Rojas
The silence of an offeree, together with other circumstances of the case, may indicate that he has accepted the offer.
The focus of the Summit was tilted towards skills shortages, increasing migration caps and future adaptability.
focuses on the prevention of sexual harassment in the workplace.
As with mandatory vaccination, it is open to employers to adopt policies that go beyond those prescribed by government.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The University of Technology Sydney, Human Technology Institute, proposes a model law for facial recognition technology.
Previously, there was relative uncertainty around the enforceability of class action waivers in Australian jurisprudence.