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Consent of Landlord

Consent of Landlord

Perry Park v City of Darwin [2018] 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...

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See a Solicitor First

See a Solicitor First

SABIDUSSI V YOUNG & ANOR [2017] QDC 146 OVERVIEW A person who injured in a motor vehicle accident can make a claim for compensation depending on the circumstances of the accident. If you’re involved in a car accident, there may be some legal...

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Negotiations | Get it in Writing

Negotiations | Get it in Writing

Negotiations Note taking, written confirmation of offers and settlement The dangers in failing to reduce offers to writing and an agreement to writing were exposed in the recent decision of Gailey Projects Pty Ltd v McCartney & Anor [2017] QSC 185....

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A Duty of Care

A Duty of Care

Bunnings Group Ltd v Giudice [2018] 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...

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Broker’s Proactive and Reactive Duties

Broker’s Proactive and Reactive Duties

Kotku Bread Pty Ltd v Vero Insurance Ltd and Anor [2012] QSC 109 OVERVIEW Risk Management is defined where any organization has an obligation to identify and assess foreseeable hazards, and take steps to eliminate or control the risk. It is the process of...

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Valuing a Collection

Kloprogge v Queensland University of Technology [2017] QDC 43 FACTS The Plaintiff had been a collector of minerals and rocks since his childhood in the Netherlands. Over the years, he had amassed an enormous collection, including certain special collections of Topaz,...

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Power of Attorney Risk Management

Power of Attorney Risk Management

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...

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Family Provision Application | Late Claim

Family Provision Application | Late Claim

Mortimer v Lusink & Ors [2017] QCA 1 FACTS Loma Green was the estranged mother of Ms Mortimer. She died on 2 July 2015. Green left Mortimer $20,000 stating that she felt Ms Mortimer to be of adequate financial means, and that Ms Mortimer’s Father – Dr Theodore...

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Making a Will | Legal Capacity

Farrell v Boston [2016] QSC 278 FACTS Erris Farrell died in October of 2015. She had made at least two wills in her life; one in 1984, and another in 2007. There was a third purported will, dated 2013. Following her death, Warren Boston – the executor of her estate...

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