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Tony Cavanagh
23 May 2019

There is a little known provision of the Uniform Civil Procedure Rules that permits NSW courts to enter what are, in effect, interim judgments pending the final outcome of a case.  That provision... Read More

Michael McGrath
17 May 2019

It is a well-accepted practice in relation to the sale of land for there to be a physical exchange of signed counterpart Contracts to bind the parties to the sale. Once the exchange occurs, each... Read More

David Collins
14 May 2019

On 28 December 2018 the Land and Environment Court of New South Wales decided the case of Hourigan v Howard [2018] NSWLEC 1686.

The applicants claimed plants along the fence line obstructed... Read More


19 March 2019

These are difficult situations but we can help you investigate the loss and raise concerns early.

19 March 2019

Whether it is a property settlement division or arrangements for children and parenting, the first step is to speak with someone about your rights, entitlements and obligations.  Meeting with a... Read More

19 March 2019

If you think you have been unfairly dismissed, you should act promptly.

You may be able to make an application for unfair dismissal in the Industrial Relations Commission or the Fair Work... Read More