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LegalVision Launches Legal Advice Subscription for $149/month

Filed under: Commercial Debt Recovery

LegalVision Launches Legal Advice Subscription for $149/month

Control of Use of Dangerous Articles

Filed under: Weapons, Industrial Relations, Criminal Law, Taxation and Revenue

This charge is made when a person is in a public place and has something on them that could be used as a weapon.

What is novation?

Filed under: Conveyancing, Property Sales and Acquisitions, Contracts and Agreements

Nomination versus novation Contracts for the sale of land may provide for the transfer of title to the purchaser or its nominee.

9 Legal Considerations When Starting a Business

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Business Law, Company Law

If you’re about to launch your new business, you will have already developed your business idea and mapped out how you want to operate your business. You...

When is an Option validly exercised?

Filed under: Property Sales and Acquisitions, Contracts and Agreements

Options are common in relation to the acquisition of land, new leases, shares, intellectual property rights and the grant of other property and contractual...

Law: Additional Records for Taxation

Filed under: Taxation law, Taxation and Revenue

Additional Records for Taxation is a criminal charge used when a person is given a written notice by the Tax Commissioner to keep additional records for...

What is estoppel?

Filed under: Contracts and Agreements

The purpose of estoppel is to prevent detriment by compelling a party to adhere to an assumption or expectation which he has encouraged the other party...

What is Legal Professional Privilege?

Filed under: Contracts and Agreements

Legal professional privilege, also called ‘client legal privilege’, is a fundamental legal rule which prevents disclosure of confidential communications...

What is the Law for Wilfully Destroying Records?

Filed under: Taxation and Revenue

It is illegal to wilfully damage or destroy records that are required to be kept for taxation purposes.

What is a Guarantor? A Summary of Guarantor Responsibilities

Filed under: Banking & Finance, Business & Commercial Law

Guarantees are used in a variety of situations to secure a loan, lease or the performance of a contractual obligation. However, if you are considering...


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