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When an emoji gets you into trouble

In the high-profile District Court case of Burrows v Houda [2020] NSWDC 485, the Court was asked to consider the meaning of the “zipper-mouth face” emoji on twitter. The case ...
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Statutory demands and temporary COVID-19 measures

Ordinarily, service of a statutory demand on a debtor company is a remedy under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) available to a frustrated creditor when they are owed a debt ...
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Building Bonds – Residential Strata Buildings

Developers of new residential strata buildings that are four storeys and higher are required to pay a building bond to the NSW Fair Trading equal to two percent (2%) of ...
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Another Successful Adverse Possession Claim

Last year a Sydney developer was successful in his claim for legal title of an unoccupied house in Ashbury based on his uninterrupted occupation of the house for more than ...
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Changes to Stamp Duty Thresholds on New Homes in NSW

On 26 July 2020, the NSW Government announced that the threshold above which stamp duty is calculated on new homes for first home buyers will increase from $650,000 to $800,000. ...
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Consumer Guarantees under the Australian Consumer Law

When you buy a product (or service) from a business, the business must guarantee the product (or service) provided it is under $40,000 or over $40,000 but is normally bought ...
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