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POSTED: 26 Nov 2020
Let’s be honest, almost every woman would like to change something about her appearance – and why not! We should all be entitled to be happy in our own skin, right? However, it appears that many are not doing their research before they consider undergoing surgery.
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POSTED: 25 Nov 2020
The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment is currently exhibiting proposed amendments to State Environmental Planning Policy (Educational Establishments and Child Care Facilities) 2007 (“Education SEPP”).
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POSTED: 24 Nov 2020
As a response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses are transitioning to a combination of employees working in a physical office and part working remotely from home.
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POSTED: 23 Nov 2020
Whilst it may appear unexpected, the Federal Court has determined that sex therapy can be considered a “reasonable and necessary support” under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), potentially opening the door to a flood of similar requests.
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POSTED: 20 Nov 2020
The High Court has recently ruled in the case of Deguisa v Lynn [2020] HCA 39 that registered proprietors of a residential property in Adelaide were not bound by a restrictive covenant because the covenant had not been notified on the Certificate of Title.
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POSTED: 19 Nov 2020
Earlier this week Ava and Daryl from Ingleburn Little Athletics popped into our Campbelltown office for a special visit! Marsdens Law Group proudly donated hand sanitisers to the little athletes at Ingleburn Little Athletics because as we know, good hand hygiene has never been so important! Ava, proudly wearing her...
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POSTED: 17 Nov 2020
Last Friday Marsdens Law Group attended the Mater Dei Informal THANK YOU Golf Day at Campbelltown Golf Club! It's been a year like no other, but we were very excited to be out and about supporting this fabulous local community organisation.
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POSTED: 16 Nov 2020
In the Family Law world, we can come across situations where a party is behaving inappropriately in parenting proceedings. The other parent often makes a recording during changeover, or during an altercation, and asks – Can we use this in Court?
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POSTED: 16 Nov 2020
Not only is drink driving a criminal offence, it also hinders your own safety and the safety of other motorists. Concentration and judgement are key requirements for driving, especially when considering external factors such as changing traffic situations and weather.
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POSTED: 06 Nov 2020
Jim Marsden OAM talks about the NRL and the NSW State Government coming together to discuss the possibility of the Government injecting funds into a Liverpool stadium.
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