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Benjamin Order to Distribute an Intestate Estate

In NSW Trustee and Guardian; re estate of Cooper [2018] NSWSC 1020, the NSW Trustee & Guardian (TAG) applied to the Court, as administrator of the estate, for orders permitting ...
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Is an Attorney Entitled to the Principal’s Will?

The short answer to this question is ‘no’ unless there is an express direction from the attorney within the power of attorney document itself that the attorney is entitled to ...
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ASIC v Westpac: Tearing Strips (of Wagyu) off the Watchdog

“I may eat Wagyu beef everyday washed down with the finest shiraz but, if I really want my new home, I can make do on much more modest fare”.Here! Here! ...
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Landlord Just Blowing Hot Air

One of the most contentious issues in any commercial lease is about each party’s obligations about the air conditioning services. A dispute between a commercial tenant and landlord over the ...
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Priority Notices: Pros and Cons

Priority notices were introduced as part of the electronic conveyancing process in 2016. What are priority notices? Priority notices are forms of land dealings that are registered on title and ...
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Time Limits For Property Settlement

Questions often arise as to how long after separation a person has to apply to the Family Courts to obtain property Orders. In the case of marriage, a person is ...
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