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Published on 14 November 2018: New laws have recently changed the way sunset clauses in residential off-the-plan contracts operate. With these changes, protections for purchasers are strengthened and developers' rights to invoke sunset clauses have been curtailed.
Published on 09 November 2018: By the time many injured people receive a lump sum settlement in a TAC or WorkCover claim, weekly payments have been terminated. In those cases, the injured person may end up on a Newstart allowance or a disability support pension. What happens when you receive a lump sum and you are also in receipt of Centrelink?
Published on 09 November 2018: The growing numbers of married migrants arriving in Australia is posing some thorny problems in family law courts where both parties are seeking divorce, but in different jurisdictions.
Published on 01 November 2018: Geelong Grammar School made headlines this week when a survivor of sexual abuse at the school was awarded a major financial settlement of $1.1 million, despite having previously settled for a much smaller amount.
Published on 01 November 2018: Cyclists injured as a result of a transport accident are covered under the TAC scheme, but the law surrounding the entitlement of cyclists in transport accidents has been problematic over the years.
Published on 31 October 2018: RCT is here to stand with those who need support. We are proud to donate to Wear for Success and assist the LIV Young Lawyers Community Issues Committee.
Published on 25 October 2018: The Supreme Court of Victoria has granted a woman and her three children the right to sue the State of Victoria for failing to better protect them from family violence.
Published on 23 October 2018: VicRoads and Monash University are running a new research trial that aims to use hi-tech camera devices that scan people’s eyes to gauge their level of fatigue and determine whether they might be too fatigued to drive.
Published on 22 October 2018: Today thousands of survivors of childhood abuse and their supporters watched on as Australia’s Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, apologised on behalf of the government for decades of sexual abuse perpetrated against children by those who were charged with their care in institutions.
Published on 18 October 2018: Is it legal or even a good idea to record a private conversation to use it as evidence in a family law case, and will the court accept private recorded conversations as evidence in family law?
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