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Coast Corp Pacific Pty Ltd v Stockland Development Pty Ltd  QSC 305 Mr Corcoran of the plaintiff wished to purchase land approved for a town house development from the defendant. He expected that the townhouses would have an attractive view over the...read more
Garmin v B & K Holdings (Qld) Pty Ltd  QCA 353This case was an appeal against a refusal of the primary judge to grant summary judgment. RELEVANT GLOSSARY A claim for damages is a claim for compensation for a loss suffered by one person as the...read more
(Be aware that your answer might void your insurance) INSURERS’ UNDERWRITING OF PEOPLE WITH MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES Mental Health, Discrimination and Insurance: A Survey of Consumer Experiences 2011 outlines the results of a survey which revealed great...read more
Am I liable for injury of someone, whom I employ to work on my property? Yes, you are. That is why we strongly advise you and every Queensland home owner to get a Household Worker’s insurance. Queenslanders who hired casual cleaners, babysitters, nannies,...read more
The Estate of Colleen McCullough  NSWSC 1126 This case concerned the estate of the late Dr Colleen McCullough, a prominent writer. The matters at issue in the case was the validity of the will that assigned the whole of Dr McCollough’s estate to her...read more
Palmer v Palmer  QSC 217 In Palmer, a principal beneficiary under the trust applied to the court to replace his brother and join his son (who was in USA at that time) as a co-trustee of a trust and secondly, to have the appointor under the will’s...read more