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POSTED: 16 Nov 2018
It is quite common for parents to help their children purchase their first home prior to or during their marriage or de facto relationship. In the event that the relationship breaks down, however...
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POSTED: 13 Nov 2018
A man who was injured when he reacted to the sounding of a defective alarm in the office has been awarded more than $1.9m in damages, with the court finding the employer breached its duty of care...
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POSTED: 06 Nov 2018
You save the money for the deposit, you have looked at the plans and decided this is the right purchase for you, you eagerly await the building of your new property and being handed the keys. How...
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POSTED: 30 Oct 2018
The Court of Appeal recently dismissed a tenant’s case against a landlord for Misleading and Deceptive Conduct.
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POSTED: 23 Oct 2018
On 8 July 2011, Ms Einas Nouri had an ultrasound at a private clinic in Canberra, National Capital Diagnostic Imaging (NCDI) and was told that she was pregnant with twins and with a gestation of ...
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POSTED: 16 Oct 2018
In March 2009, Mr Phillip Eastment was a custodial corrections officer at the Maryborough Correctional Centre. On 8 March 2009, he and another officer were working in a secure area when a prisone...
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POSTED: 12 Oct 2018
When renowned Australian author Colleen McCullough died in January 2015, she didn’t just leave behind a complicated marriage and a $2.1 million dollar Estate, she also left behind a whirlwind in ...
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POSTED: 09 Oct 2018
This year marks the 20th anniversary of Kennon & Kennon, the historic decision which made family violence relevant to a property settlement proceeding.
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POSTED: 05 Oct 2018
Following an exhibition period earlier this year, the NSW government has introduced a suite of important reforms relating to retail land uses in local environmental plans in order to better refle...
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POSTED: 02 Oct 2018
A volunteer at a Church conference who was severely injured in a go-karting accident, and ultimately had her leg amputated, has had her damages award upheld on appeal, with the Supreme Court of W...
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