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January

Swimming Pools – new compliance laws

Across the country, thousands of homes have backyard swimming pools. With drowning being a leading cause of preventable death in young children, swimming pool safety is an important issue for the community.

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23

January

COPYRIGHT: 10 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

If you are an artist, writer or business owner concerned about protecting copyright in your work, the answers to these frequently asked questions will provide you with some guidance.

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20

October

The benefits of mediation in a commercial dispute

Mediation is an alternative to financially and emotionally costly and time-consuming processes such as using the Court system. It is suitable for people who are willing to communicate with the other party and attempt to better understand and settle their dispute with the help of a trained third party.

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20

October

Buying a Rural Property

The process of buying a rural property or farm is a little different to buying a residential house in town. Every rural property is different and it is important that you get the right advice and assistance before and after you enter into a contract to buy a property. Reading this article is a great start…

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20

October

A Guide to Shareholder Agreements

A shareholder agreement, which properly outlines the steps to be taken in the event of disputes and certain circumstances arising, can be an effective tool for avoiding the cost of litigation. It sets out up front how disputes and deadlocks are to be resolved and allows shareholders to resolve issues which arise – quickly and with finality.

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20

June

Trade Marks in Australia

The advantage of registering a trade mark is that it confers far more benefits than registering a business name, company name or domain name. Marketing is an important business tool, and a registered trade mark is crucial in allowing you to protect any value or credibility which you have built on your brand.

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20

June

Making a Will if capacity is in question

It is well known that a Will is a legal document which sets out how a person wants their assets to be distributed once they die. If you are over the age of 18 you can make a Will – provided you have capacity.

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20

June

Fact or fiction – top 5 myths about family law property settlements

Most people know someone who has been affected by a family breakup. It is usually a very stressful and emotional time where people are anxious about the divorce, the property settlement and the emotional wellbeing and care arrangements for children.

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15

April

Protecting your cashflow – the importance of your terms of trade

Terms of Trade are the terms and conditions on which a business sells goods and services to customers and on which they buy goods and services from suppliers. These terms form the basis for the trading relationships for all businesses.

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15

April

Selling Your Home in Autumn

Spring is traditionally seen as the best time to sell a home, when the weather is warming up and buyers become more active. However, there are a number of studies which have revealed that autumn is equally as good, if not better than, spring to sell a residential property.

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