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Changes to the Laws Relating to De Facto Relationships

Hayley Condon Family Law

Changes to Laws Relating to De Facto Relationships On 1 March 2009 the laws relating to De Facto Relationship couples…

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SMSF Borrowing – important changes effective 7 July 2010

Barry van Heerden Business & Commercial, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

The changes are made by the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Amendment Act 2010. The highlights of the changes to the law…

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Equine Influenza Update (August 2010)

Jeff Garrett Equine Influenza Class Action, General Legal

The task of quantifying Wattlebrae Stud’s losses is a large and difficult job. The areas of loss that need to…

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Parenting Plans in a Nutshell

Hayley Condon Family Law

In an amicable relationship breakup, and particularly where parties, who are able to communicate well with each other, feel they…

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Building Energy Efficiency Disclosure Act 2010 affects all commercial property in QLD

Andrea McGarry Business & Commercial, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

New disclosure obligations came into effect on 1 July 2010 by the enactment of the Building Energy Efficiency Disclosure Act…

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What it takes to run a class action

Amanda Heather Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

A Representative Action commonly referred to as a Class Action enables 7 or more claimants to bring an action against…

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Attwood Marshall Lawyers proudly selected in top 50 BRW 2010 Best Places to Work!

Attwood Marshall General Legal

FIRM BELIEVERS Civilised working hours, inclusiveness and trust ensure that Lawyers give their best to stay loyal  – Resource –…

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Self Managed Superannuation Funds borrowing to purchase property

Barry van Heerden Business & Commercial, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

1.The New Rules In September 2007 Section 67(4A) of the Superannuation Industry Supervision Act was amended to allow Self-Managed Superannuation…

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Did you know that your Enduring Power of Attorney in New South Wales no longer applies to Health and Lifestyle Issues?

Donna Tolley Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

Many New South Wales residents are unaware that the New South government changed the laws in relation to Enduring Powers…

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NSW budget slashes stamp duty

Barry van Heerden Business & Commercial, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

The New South Wales Government is abolishing stamp duty for dwellings purchased off the plan. The tax cut is the…

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How to finalise property settlement once and for all

Jeff Garrett Family Law

We occasionally hear people say they have done a “property settlement” with their spouse by way of a verbal agreement…

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Solicitor runs class action over telco leasing scheme

Amanda Heather Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

A TWEED Heads man is one of scores of people involved in a class action against a telco that allegedly…

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