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DGRs required to be a registered charity

Did you know from 14 December 2021 all non-government organisations with DGR status are required to be registered as a charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission?

This case should be a reminder for all employers that a blanket rule imposed without any discussion may not be lawful

COVID-19 decision handed down on 3 December should act asa reminder for all employers that a blanket rule imposed without any discussion may not be lawful

Asbestos exposure: can I make a compensation claim?

Have you been exposed to asbestos and need to know whether you can make a compensation claim?

#FreeBritney: What happens if you lose capacity to look after your own affairs?

The #FreeBritney movement has caused people to turn their mind for the first time to what exactly a conservatorship is, but also what it means to lack the capacity to control your own affairs.

What happens where two parents cannot agree on the vaccination status of their children?

Since the outbreak of COVID-19 there has been a significant increase in family law disputes between parents in relation to the vaccination status of children.

When you agree to buy a property that doesn’t exist: put and call option deeds (Part II)

This article is an important reminder to ensure a Put and Call Option agreement is drafted in such a way, that both parties understand who bears the risk of any future circumstances.

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