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POSTED: 15 Oct 2020
Due to commence on 1 January 2021, the Federal Government plans to implement a landmark reform to small business insolvency that will change the way small businesses handle liquidations.
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POSTED: 14 Oct 2020
A five year legal battle has ended in victory for Johanna Connor and her husband who are residents of Darlinghurst’s Horizon building and the owners of a now very happy miniature schnauzer named Angus. The NSW Court of Appeal has ruled that blanket ban ‘no pet’ by-laws do breach the...
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POSTED: 13 Oct 2020
On 18 September 2020, the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000 (“EP&A Regulation”) was amended to extend the prescribed period for COVID-19 emergency measures under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 (“EP&A Act”) until 25 March 2021.
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POSTED: 12 Oct 2020
In family law disputes, it is not uncommon for one spouse to be less financially secure than the other. Family law litigation can be expensive. A spouse who proceeds to a final hearing will need to fund a barrister, experts, subpoena fees and solicitor fees to run their hearing.
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POSTED: 09 Oct 2020
The Federal Government announced in September an extension to its COVID-19 JobKeeper relief package until 28 March 2021.
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POSTED: 08 Oct 2020
Mr Moore and his wife booked an “all inclusive”, “once in a lifetime” luxury river cruise on the Scenic Jewell, through Scenic Tours Pty Ltd (“Scenic”). Mr Moore and his wife booked the cruise as they wanted to see different parts of Europe without the need to pack and unpack...
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POSTED: 07 Oct 2020
On 6 October 2020 Scott Morrison released the national budget for the 2020 – 2021, and has made areas concerning Family Law, domestic violence and relationship services a significant area of focus.
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POSTED: 02 Oct 2020
We have all seen the horror of people forced to evacuate their homes in towering ‘skyscrapers’ due to serious and often irreparable defects. Countless people suffering financial and personal loss years down the track because unbeknown to them, the building that their apartment is in is uninhabitable and unsafe.
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POSTED: 02 Oct 2020
Jim Marsden OAM highlights Planning Minister Stokes talking about the number of houses that should be in local government areas over the coming years.
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POSTED: 30 Sep 2020
Situations where one parent wants to move to a different city, state or even country with the children and the other parent is opposed to that occurring, are called “relocation cases” in the Family Courts.
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