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When can the police conduct a search of property or a person without a warrant?
Many readers will probably be aware that when entering into a private property or conducting a personal search, the police will need a warrant to undertake such actions. However, there are certain circumstances when entry and search without a warrant is allowed by law, which this piece will ...
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How to end a tenancy agreement.
It's often remarked how Australia is a nation of renters and with the large number of people leasing property, it shouldn't come as a surprise when some tenants receive a notice of termination from a landlord (lessor) due a failure to pay rent for example. Alternatively, tenants may also be ...
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LGBTI and Family Law.
Introduction. Same sex relationships have become more recognised in society and along with this same sex families have developed. We live in a day and age where sociocultural standards are constantly evolving. The unfortunate truth is that the law has failed to keep up with these changes and ...
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Smart Farming – how the innovation boom could supercharge agricultural productivity.
For the first time, Australian farmers have the opportunity to harness major innovation trends to supercharge their productivity and efficiency. The Government's $1.1 billion National Innovation and Science Agenda in 2015 did not include new funding for agriculture specifically.
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China’s new cross border e-commerce taxation regulations: how will they affect you?
The Australian export industry has been abuzz with talk of China's recently released regulations aimed at reconstructing how it taxes goods sold on its highly popular e-commerce platforms. The changes that took effect from 8 April 2016 target goods sold by e-retailers, placing higher import ...
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Subpoenas - what is a subpoena and what to do if you receive one.
Subpoenas made headlines recently when media reports emerged of allegations that the Construction Forestry Mining & Energy Union (CFMEU) may have destroyed documents around the time they had been requested to produce them to the Royal Commission into Trade Unions. News outlets reported the Royal ...
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Settling legal disputes by battle: A brief history of duelling.
We can admit that it gets tiresome writing about the law sometimes and like other employees elsewhere, we here at FindLaw would also like the occasional break from our daily professional tasks. However, we're still compelled to write something law related so we actually looked up the history of ...
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Foreign resident capital gains withholding tax: Things you need to know!
The new foreign resident capital gains withholding tax will apply to certain transactions entered into from 1 July 2016. The type of transactions that may potentially be caught by the new requirements is quite broad, but may be even broader than initially anticipated.
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How is property divided after the breakdown of a relationship?
Property division can be a tiresome, complex and stressful exercise that can often be the driving factor of a dispute between estranged couples. How exactly property will be split between the parties and who has rights over specific chattels can be a drawn out process of negotiation and Court ...
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Marriage equality - what difference would it make?
To many people, the answer to this highly politicised question is probably 'everything'. But at law, in Australia, the answer may be little, if anything. Whether same sex marriage is legislated or not in the coming years, those in de facto relationships in Australia have generally the same ...
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Airbnb and Stayz – what is the impact on bodies corporate?
In recent years, there has been a vast increase in the use of online letting services, such as Airbnb and Stayz, which allow property owners to rent out their property for short term letting through websites that can be accessed worldwide. The legislative framework has been slow to catch up to ...
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Calling all early stage investors to jump onboard the ideas train.
In response to the announcement of the Government's National Innovation and Science Agenda (NISA) on 7 December 2015 and the release of the discussion paper in February 2016 (Discussion Paper), the Government introduced the Tax Laws Amendment (Tax Incentives for Innovation) Bill 2016 (the Bill) ...
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