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Can insolvent contractors enforce adjudication awards within Australia?
It is uncertain if liquidators of insolvent construction contractors can enforce adjudication awards across Australia.
Australia
14 Mar 2019
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Precedent only a possibility for Melbourne man suing Google for defamation
The case hinges on the search engine's results, which linked Michael to convicted felons from Melbourne's underworld.
Australia
2 Jul 2018
3
Cheaper, faster results in family law overhaul
The government proposes a major overhaul of the administrative and structural aspects of the federal Family Court system.
Australia
7 Jun 2018
4
Compulsory acquisition of land by NSW government stopped in its tracks in landmark legal battle. Tell them they are dreaming! How will this apply in WA?
Article discusses the first Australian case where an entire compulsory acquisition attempt has been overturned.
Australia
22 May 2018
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WA Supreme Court clarifies jurisdictional error in adjudications
A jurisdictional error is a mistake about the nature and limits of an adjudicator's role under security of payment laws.
Australia
27 Mar 2018
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HHG Construction Law Series Part 19: No challenge to adjudication award within power: High Court
An adjudicator's determination cannot be challenged in a court unless the adjudicator had no power to make that award.
Australia
19 Feb 2018
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A dummies guide to voluntary assumption of risk
Costs of individual risk taking are high notwithstanding laws limiting liability where the injured takes an obvious risk.
Australia
6 Dec 2017
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The pros and cons of an online family law dispute resolution system
The article notes high hopes for ODR, estimating that 20 percent of family law disputes could be resolved by the system.
Australia
15 Sep 2017
9
Family Law Basic Series: Are there time limitations for commencing property settlement proceedings?
Separation is a difficult time, but parties must note time limitations to bring property proceedings before the Court.
Australia
1 Sep 2017
10
Family Law Basics Series: What is the role of a single expert witness in financial matters?
In this series of fundamental basics of family law, we explore the single expert witness's role in financial matters.
Australia
18 Jul 2017
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District Court conflict on jurisdiction of Magistrates Court in WA building cases
These judgments have thrown the law concerning the Magistrates Court's jurisdiction in WA building cases into confusion.
Australia
23 Jun 2017
12
Family Law Basics Series: What is a Subpoena?
A subpoena is a Order from the Court compelling a person to produce documents or to give evidence at a hearing or trial.
Australia
14 Jun 2017
13
HHG Construction Law Series Part 16: Challenging Adjudications: The new era begins again
The legal question is whether an adjudicator's determination can be challenged without showing jurisdictional error.
Australia
26 May 2017
14
The no adverse costs order proposal: Access to justice for small business or an impractical utopian ideal?
This new Bill ostensibly supports small businesses to stand up against anti-competitive behaviour of multinationals.
Australia
16 May 2017
15
Family Law Basics Series: What is a Single Expert Witness in childrens matters?
If parties agree that expert evidence may help to resolve an issue, they may agree to jointly appoint a Single Expert.
Australia
11 May 2017
16
When Family Court orders are breached
There are penalties for disobeying such orders and the Court is able to make a wide range of interim and final Orders.
Australia
20 Apr 2017
17
Can builders be liable for damages for home owners loss of enjoyment of home? - Builders beware, Owners take note
Australia seems to be lagging behind the UK in awarding damages for loss of amenity to owners of defectively built homes.
Australia
10 Apr 2017
18
Metadata in civil litigation: an Australian perspective
The TIAA permits access to retained data by certain agencies to assist in national security and criminal investigations.
Australia
3 Mar 2017
19
HHG Construction Law Series Part 14: Challenging adjudications in WA - the new era ends before it begins, for now
The security of payment provisions in WA limit the courts' power to review and overturn adjudicators' determinations.
Australia
3 Mar 2017
20
Metadata in civil and commercial litigation
These amendments propose to permit access to retained data in national security and serious criminal investigations.
Australia
24 Jan 2017
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