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Tenants Evicted for Running Airbnb

  Victorian tenants evicted for running Airbnb A Victorian landlord succeeded in the Victorian Supreme Court to evict her tenants for subleasing her St Kilda apartment on Airbnb without her consent. The tenant unsuccessfully argued that the Airbnb occupancy was

Family Lawyers Anton Richardson and Alice Drummond

Congratulations to Ramsden Lawyers Partners for making the 2017 Doyles Guide for Family Lawyers

  Congratulations to the Ramsden Lawyers partners in family law, Anton Richardson and Alice Drummond, for making the 2017 Doyles Guide for family lawyers on the Gold Coast. The Doyles Guide is the preeminent family law guide where successful recipients

New Members to the Ramsden Family Law Team

We Welcome New Lawyers to the Ramsden Family Law Group

Pictured left to right, Asmara Tesfa (Lawyer), Anna Stock (Associate) and Georgia Edwards (Lawyer). Ramsden Lawyers is pleased to introduce three new lawyers to its family law group, which now comprises of eight lawyers practising exclusively in family law. Ramsden

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Reforming Australian Adoption Laws To Put The Child’s Interests First

While adoption laws are within the jurisdiction of the states and territories, calls for reform have led the Federal Government to test a national approach at a meeting with state community services ministers on November 11. In the following, we

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(Negative Online Reviews) When Will An Action For Injurious Falsehood Arise?

  Has your company or business been the victim of negative reviews on online review sites? If your company or business has suffered damage as a result of a false publication, it may have a common law action for the

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Improvements to Domestic Violence Resources on the Gold Coast

  IMPROVEMENTS TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RESOURCES ON THE GOLD COAST The increase in awareness of Domestic Violence on the Gold Coast has put a spotlight on the resources available to victims. Amongst those resources, and at the centre of the

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The Hidden Crisis of International Parental Child Abduction in Australia

  With one of the highest per capita rates of international parental child abduction (IPCA) in the world, Australia would seem uniquely placed to raise awareness of the issue. But, apart from some high profile cases, the facts, complexities and

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CASE NOTE – Registered Trade Mark Infringement

  The Federal Court case of 3 Florinians Pty Ltd v PYT Enterprise Pty Ltd[1]concerned an application for an interlocutory injunction for registered trade mark infringement pursuant to section 126(1) of the Trade Mark Act 1995 (Cth). In issue was


Major Changes to Queensland’s Retail Shop Leases Legislation

The Retail Shop Leases Act 1994 (Qld) (‘Act’) is the primary piece of legislation that governs leases of retail premises in Queensland. Proposed changes to the Act have recently been passed by the Queensland Parliament to take effect later this

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Changes For Foreign Investors: Stamp Duty Surcharge & Withholding Tax Requirements

Both the Federal and Queensland Governments have recently announced major changes affecting property transactions involving foreign investors. These changes relate to both foreign investors who buy and sell property in Queensland. When a foreign investor buys property in Queensland, they

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