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Can the tort of trespass also be applied to property?

Practice Areas: Property

Most people would be aware of what trespass constitutes, and you would be correct in your assumptions, because trespass is indeed the wrongful interference...

Can the tort of trespass also be applied to property?

Practice Areas: Property

Most people would be aware of what trespass constitutes, and you would be correct in your assumptions, because trespass is indeed the wrongful interference...

What types of conduct may be considered unconscionable?

Practice Areas: Buying a Home, Property, Buying a Property

When determining whether a person is in contravention of s 21, s 22(1) of the ACL outlines the types of conduct that may be considered unconscionable by...

What types of conduct may be considered unconscionable?

Practice Areas: Buying a Home, Property, Property Law, Buying a Property

When determining whether a person is in contravention of s 21, s 22(1) of the ACL outlines the types of conduct that may be considered unconscionable by...

Who owns property acquired before marriage?

Practice Areas: Property

Any property owned before marriage, will generally still belong to the person, even after the formal arrangements have taken place. A person is able to...

Who owns property acquired before marriage?

Practice Areas: Property

Any property owned before marriage, will generally still belong to the person, even after the formal arrangements have taken place. A person is able to...

Who owns property acquired before marriage?

Practice Areas: Property

Any property owned before marriage, will generally still belong to the person, even after the formal arrangements have taken place. A person is able to...

Is information property?

Practice Areas: Property, Intellectual Property

Information in Australia generally isn’t considered as property, and the High Court has on numerous occasions rejected the notion that information...

What are the laws in relation to misleading representation and the sale of land?

Practice Areas: Property, Buying a Property, Property Disputes

Section 30(1) of the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) proscribes that a person in a trade or commerce in connexion with the sale or grant, or the possible...

Can a person lose property if their spouse becomes bankrupt?

Practice Areas: Financial Disputes, Property

With the introduction of the Bankruptcy and Family Law Legislation Amendment Act 2005(Cth)(the Amendment) afforded non-bankrupt spouses greater protections...

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