Domestic violence is a crime and continues to be major concern in NSW. It should be reported to the police. A person who is experiencing domestic violence may apply to the Local Court of NSW for an apprehended domestic violence order (‘ADVO’) or Apprehended Personal Violence Order (APVO)
It is a strange question but a very valid question. In short, the answer is YES, it is possible. People know they will die one day and must therefore make a will. A will is a legal instrument that allows a person to nominate individuals (Beneficiaries) who are to inherit that person’s assets after his/her death. A will operates only after the testator’s death. A simple will may not be sufficient.
Absolutely and it is a best practice to prepare a Shareholders Agreement as soon as you form a Company. Circumstance change as the Company operates and Shareholders may forget the terms on which the Company was formed. A Shareholders Agreement is a legal binding document between the shareholders of the Company. In my opinion these are the basics things where a Shareholders Agreement can be very useful
Advice: Cooperate, give police your name and contact details and DO NOT SAY ANYTHING about the incident alleged against you. You have a right to silence at every stage (few exceptions e.g. Traffic where you have to provide limited information). Generally in other matters you only need to provide your name and details – seek legal advice.
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What is Obtaining a financial advantage by Deception or Cause disadvantage by deception? Under the general fraud offence (section 192E of Crimes ACT 1900), a person who, by any deception,…
You can not text, video message or use social media at all while driving, even if your phone is secured in a commercial designed mounting fixed to the vehicle. Drivers without fixed mounting stand or Bluetooth can only use mobile phone if their car is parked in an authorised parking spot with the engine turned off.
A contract arises when one party makes an offer and the other party communicates an intention to accept it. Only what is offered can be accepted. This means that the offer must be accepted exactly as offered without conditions. If any new terms are suggested this is regarded as a counter offer which can be accepted or rejected.
It is unlawful to make false claims or misleading claims or representations. A retailer placed a label on garments showing a sale price and a higher, strikethrough price. However, the garments had never sold for the higher price. About the supply or possible supply of goods or services
Criminals can not avoid justice by moving or crossing borders from their state to another. Extradition law in Australia is the formal process by which a fugitive found