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Always Check Before Pressing ‘Send’ For Work Emails

Have you ever sent an email about a person and accidentally sent it to that person? Imagine doing this at work, and you have accidentally sent an email, where you…

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Self-Managed Super Funds With Only One Member

What is a SMSF? SMSF stands for self-managed super fund. It is a private superannuation where the members of a SMSF are usually also the trustees. Members of the SMSF…

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5 Things You NEED To Know Before You Buy Your Property

Buying a property in Sydney is expensive enough as it is! We explore 5 key issues you should consider before purchasing a property: 1. Capital Gains Tax If you are…

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How Would You Measure Up In A Legal Battle Against Google Australia?

Have you ever Googled yourself? Imagine, if instead of a few Facebook pictures, the first page of results contained links to articles written about you that you considered to be…

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If You Haven’t Got Anything “Sweet To Tweet”, Don’t Tweet Anything At All!

Defamation + Social Media With the advent of the social media age, anyone can tweet a statement to the world, or post it on Facebook for all to see...but what…

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Where There Is A Will, There May Be A Claim

Freedom to Do What You Want With Your Estate is Limited No doubt, from time to time, you’ve heard some people say they think they should be able to do…

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Is Your Personal Information Secure?

Have you ever filled out a form online, that required your personal details such as name, date of birth and home address? Have you ever wondered what would happen to your…

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Served With A Subpoena? Here’s What You Can Do

Have you been served with a Subpoena but have no idea what to do with it? Are you wondering if you can get away with ignoring it? Did you know…

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Window Safety: What Is Being Done To Keep Our Children Safe?

The NSW Government has developed a range of measures and requirements for strata schemes that are aimed at keeping children safe by preventing the occurrence of falls. Some of these…

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Using The Security Of Payment Regime To Get Paid – Short Cut For Subcontractors

There are payment requirements in the building and construction industry that principals, head contractors, subcontractors and suppliers must follow. These are regulated by the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment…

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Resolving Retail Tenancy Disputes In New South Wales

Retail leases are often complex, and when retail tenancy disputes occur, parties are often unaware of the precise nature of their rights and obligations. This article outlines how the law…

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What Would You Do If You Received A Bankruptcy Notice?

Background A bankruptcy notice is essentially a demand for the payment of money by a creditor (a person who is owed money) from a debtor (a person who owes money).…

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