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INTRODUCTIONIf you are unable to get your debts under control, it might be time to think about taking action. Two common solutions are signing a debt agreement or filing for bankruptcy.Bankruptcy is a process where a bankruptcy trustee is appointed to...read more
Davis v Metro North Hospital and Health Service & Ors  QCAT 18BRIEF FACTS The applicant in this matter, a politician who publicly criticised the government, applied for a medical officer position at a hospital. This role for which he was the only...read more
Driver Protection Cover Policy Compulsory Third Party (CTP) Insurance pays compensation to people injured or killed in a motor vehicle accident, where negligence can be established.In contrast, Driver Protect cover (DPC) is provided by some QLD CTP...read more
Oaks Hotels & Resorts Limited v Knauer  QCA 359 ISSUEWhether an employee’s indecent assault of the first respondent occurred “in the course of work” within s 133(1) Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 to make the applicant vicariously liable for the...read more
JDM v Hodges  QSC 65BACKGROUNDThe applicant who was an adult at the time of the hearing participated in a car accident that caused death of her grandmother, physical injury to her mother and chronic post-traumatic stress disorder to herself. As the...read more
Re Ambrose  QSC 3What happens when the original will of a deceased is lost?The question was asked in this case when the solicitor of the deceased presented the court with a photocopy of the will and requested a probate of the document. The solicitor...read more