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Recently, Beger & Co Lawyers acted for commercial tenants who were being evicted by their landlord because their lease arrangements were coming to an end.  Despite vigorous opposition by the landlord, our clients won a Court Order to extend their lease…

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A Notary and Justice of the Peace (JP) are not the same.  A fundamental difference between a JP and Notary is that a JP is only recognised in a particular State or Territory of Australia while a Notary is recognised both nationally and internationally.…

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A recent article in The Guardian looks at the outcome of Prince having died intestate.  The article states: “A Minnesota judge has ruled that Prince’s six siblings are the heirs to his estate, more than a year after the pop superstar died of a drug…

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Can you keep extending a lease? Of course a landlord and tenant can, either by the tenant duly exercising a right of renewal in the lease agreement itself, or, when that runs out, by agreement between landlord and tenant for a formal extension. The same…

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Operating a business as a company does not always absolve a director from personal liability for its debts.  It is vitally important that company officers seek advice about their exposure and asset protection considerations. In a liquidation, there are…

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In defamation law, there is a defence of Qualified Privilege.  A defamatory statement will not make the defendant liable if there was a legal, social or moral interest or duty to say it, and the person spoken-to had a corresponding duty or interest to…

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Service of Court Process From Overseas

The world is a smaller place and more and more of us do business overseas, in the United States among other countries, despite the disdain of the US President for certain free trade agreements. But business can, unfortunately, sometimes lead to litigation…

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Is an Executor Obligated to Act Within Time Limit?

One of the most common questions I am asked when dealing with Probate matters is: Is there a time limit for the Executor to obtain Probate of a Will? Most people are surprised to hear that the answer is “no”. But that is not the end of the story. Being an…

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Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are useful ways to keep our family and friends informed about important events in our lives, such as birthdays, new jobs, weddings, deaths, etc. Many people also use social media to announce that they have separated from…

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Are you married or living with your partner (or planning to do so)? Do you worry about how your assets and superannuation will be dealt with if you separate? A Binding Financial Agreement is a legally binding document which sets out your agreement about…
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