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Sale by Public Auction

Buying a property at auction is different to buying a property by way of private treaty.The bidding process is public and once the metaphorical hammer falls at the auction, if ...
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Strategies & Practical Considerations in Sexual Assault Matters

The reader is reminded that this paper is not intended to include detailed legal research, either as to the common law or legislation relating to sex matters. It is intended ...
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New Laws affecting off the plan residential contracts

Amendments to the Conveyancing Act 1919 were passed by the NSW Parliament on 13 November 2018 that impose further obligations on developers.The changes affect disclosure, the statutory cooling-off period and ...
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Criminal Law Matters: Issue 8 – To Those in the Heavy Vehicle Transport Industry

Q: WHO IS RESPONSIBLE IN THE HEAVY VEHICLE TRANSPORT SUPPLY CHAIN? A: EVERYONE! A big legislative step in awareness and regulation of safety and compliance in Australia was the Heavy ...
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Proposed on the spot fines for low-range drink driving offences

The NSW government recently proposed to give police new powers to issue on-the-spot fines and licence suspensions for first time, low-range drink driving offences. A low-range drink driving offence applies ...
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Digital Driver’s Licences – convenience or concern?

The NSW Parliament recently passed a Bill allowing for Digital Driver’s Licences to be used for proof of identity and proof of age purposes. Driver’s will still be issued with ...
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