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No more monster boarding houses in R2 low density zones in NSW
Recent planning amendments were driven largely by complaints regarding the number of rooms in many new boarding houses.
Australia
25 May 2019
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A delicate balance - executing council duties under one act without breaching another
Councils should consult native title managers before dealing with Crown land to avoid impairing native title rights.
Australia
25 May 2019
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Kangaroo on the runway? An obvious risk, rules NSW Court of Appeal
This case explored legal issues of interest to councils, including the obligation to assess, and warn of, obvious risks.
Australia
25 May 2019
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No more monster boarding houses in R2 low density zones in NSW SEPP
Recent amendments significantly affect how NSW councils consider boarding house proposals on R2 Low Density zoned land.
Australia
17 May 2019
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Kangaroo on the runway? An obvious risk, rules NSW Court of Appeal
This case contains legal issues of interest to councils, including the obligation to assess, and warn of, obvious risks.
Australia
17 May 2019
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Cause not needed to dismiss a senior executive
In this case, the Court considered that Council could terminate the CEO's contract without cause and by paying notice.
Australia
17 May 2019
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A lesson on culture from the Hayne Royal Commission
The pivotal role of culture in driving or discouraging misconduct is relevant to government and private organisations.
Australia
17 May 2019
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A delicate balance - executing council duties under one act without breaching another - native title on Crown land
Councils must consult with native title managers before dealing with Crown land, to avoid impairing native title rights.
Australia
17 May 2019
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Burning issues - plenty for councils to learn from Lacrosse fire and subsequent litigation
Councils should ensure that the building contractors and consultants maintain adequate levels of liability insurance.
Australia
17 May 2019
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2019-20 Federal Budget: The pre-election Budget – How it affects you and your clients
Both major parties have delivered key tax and superannuation proposals, so that taxpayers can decide at the ballot box.
Australia
13 Apr 2019
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Transparency in procurement by local government
Councils must demand transparency in contracting to prevent collusion, corruption, or nepotism, with above market prices.
Australia
26 Dec 2018
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How dare you say that! - The ins and outs of dealing with defamation
Defamation is a personal right of action and occurs when a person's reputation is damaged in a publication about them.
Australia
20 Dec 2018
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Good government decision making - a delicate balancing act
Government decision making is a balance of public and private interest, generally in the context of a legal framework.
Australia
20 Dec 2018
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When land acquisition may cost councils more than market value
Councils must be aware that in hardship applications they may need to pay landowners more than market value for the land.
Australia
20 Dec 2018
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2018 Federal Budget - Taxation of testamentary trusts
One of the areas addressed in this Budget is an "integrity measure" in relation to the taxation of testamentary trusts.
Australia
17 May 2018
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Crown land and public roads in NSW
The Crown Land Management Act will bring the management of NSW crown lands by councils under a largely single framework.
Australia
12 May 2018
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Building, construction and procurement - Cautionary tales
These 3 recent decisions highlight issues relating to local government contracts for building and construction services.
Australia
12 May 2018
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Gifts, conflicts of interest, bribery and corruption - dealing with government
All levels of government must exercise the utmost care, in order to ensure that they avoid appearing at ICAC hearings.
Australia
23 Dec 2017
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When a public road in NSW gets in the way of development
This article aims to explain the road closure process in NSW, to achieve co-operation and important planning outcomes.
Australia
27 Feb 2017
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Might a local council be a bully?
If a local council was found to be a trading corporation, it could be subject to the operation of the Fair Work Act.
Australia
8 Dec 2016
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