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McCullough Robertson
These drastic changes to the FIRB regime represent the Government's aim to ensure the survival of Australian business.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Qld local councils must follow the clear intention of rating policies to determine the most suitable use for the land.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Social distancing, restrictions on gatherings and personal hygiene deterred many Queenslanders from the polling booths.
Kott Gunning
WA councillors must comply with Panel orders, or face further sanctions imposed by the State Administrative Tribunal.
Kells
For concision, this article is limited to the powers of entry arising under the Local Government Act 1993 (NSW).
Herbert Smith Freehills
The National Electricity (Victoria) Amendment Bill 2020 (Bill) introduced by the Victorian Government on 18 February seeks...
Law In Order
From 1 January 2020, the High Court of Australia now provides for the electronic lodgement of Court documents.
Hogan Lovells
This guide is intended to supplement our popular Foreign Investment in Australia guide and has been drafted with the intention of providing an overview of the specific…
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Opinion piece on laws that aim to provide controls and frameworks to deal with the threat of terrorism.
Carroll & O'Dea
Article discusses the many changes to the Religious Discrimination Bill since the first draft.
Stacks Law Firm
The public service argued that Ms Banerji had breached guidelines on the use of social media and making public comments.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Agencies need to ensure that data treatment - including data sharing – is efficient, effective, economical and ethical.
Marque Lawyers
Many government 'decisions', affecting public and commercial interests, may be challenged as not being decisions at all.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The reforms arise out of John Mansfield's Political Donations Inquiry, although not all recommendations were adopted.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The Waanyi Governing Tribal Council – a legally registered entity – declared that they would administer their nation.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
If their indigeneity can be proven, First Nations people cannot be deported as aliens, even when they are noncitizens.
McCullough Robertson
Amendments must be made to largely defunct concessions in order to truly incentivise foreign investment into Australia.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
HC declares that aboriginal Australians who are born overseas & are not citizens are not "aliens" under the Constitution.
HHG Legal Group
Owning a dog in WA is governed by the Dog Act 1976, which gives power to local governments to regulate and control dogs.
DLA Piper
A number of major transport projects are presently being delivered under Public Private Partnership (PPP) contracts. In each case,...
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