Trip Hazard - Exclusion Clause Limits Liability
Exclusion clauses may be an effective tool in limiting the potential liability of consultants after man sustains injuries tripping over plinth of a petrol bowser.
Notifiable data breaches: do they affect your business?
On 22 February 2018, new laws in respect of notifiable data breaches take effect altering the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (‘Privacy Act’) to impose additional obligations on businesses it impacts (‘APP Entities’).
Same Sex Marriage and Wills
Newly-weds and couples whose marriage are now legally recognised should be mindful that a pre-existing will is automatically deemed void when a person marries.
Doyle's Guide for family law - Alice Drummond
Congratulations to Ramsden Lawyers family law partner and accredited specialist Alice Drummond, for making the 2018 Doyles Guide for family lawyers on the Gold Coast.
Intestacy – Don’t Risk It!
It is estimated that nearly half of all Australians die without a will. Intestacy is the condition of the estate of a person who dies without having made a will.
Bill Shorten attacks income splitting through discretionary trusts
Federal Labor leader Bill Shorten announced his plans to crack down on high net worth individuals who utilise discretionary trusts for tax minimisation purposes.
Company Refused From Acquiring Own Shares
The Court refused Wollongong Coal Limited submission to buy back shares in itself as the proposal was done without obtaining shareholder approval.
The Importance of Choosing a Trustworthy Power of Attorney
In a startling new dispute before the State Administrative Tribunal (‘Tribunal’) in Western Australia, three sons who utilised in excess of $1.6 million of their elderly parents’ estate for their own personal benefits have been refused guardianship.
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