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Practice Direction Number 18 of 2018 Supreme Court of Queensland Efficient Conduct of Civil Litigation SUMMARY The Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 (Qld) (UCPR) are a set of rules and regulations to be applied during civil proceedings in the Supreme...read more
Perry Park v City of Darwin  NTCA 5 OVERVIEW Generally, a lease agreement between lessor and lessee provides specific circumstances within which a tenant may do things only with the landlord’s consent. While a landlord is statutorily prohibited from...read more
Wiesac Pty Ltd v Insurance Australia Group Ltd (2018) 34(2) ILB 32 COMMENT This decision is an illustration of the way the court will construe a common ‘flood exclusion’ and its elements and, specifically, how using words capable of wider interpretation...read more
Bunnings Group Ltd v Giudice  NSWCA 144 OVERVIEW In tort law, a duty of care is a responsibility or legal obligation imposed on an individual or business that requires a standard of reasonable care to be adhered to while performing and in the...read more
PM v Childrens Court of the Australian Capital Territory & Ors  ACTSC 258 OVERVIEW The law distinguishes between children and adults. That said, it is interesting to compare reasons for decision in a criminal case with a civil case, say in wills and...read more
INTRODUCTION The Power of Attorney is a legal status authorising an agent to make decisions on behalf of the principal in regard to matters relating to the principal’s welfare and/or administration of his/her finances. According to section 66 of the Powers...read more