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Residential Focus - Breach of statutory warranties - out of time?
This recent decision considered if an owners corporation commenced proceedings outside the statutory limitation period.
Australia
30 Sep 2019
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Residential Focus - damages for defective works - limitation periods
The Owners Corporation commenced proceedings for defective works one day prior to the expiry of the limitation period.
Australia
25 May 2019
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NSW Government Bulletin: ALRC Report 134: Integrity, Fairness and Efficiency – An inquiry into class action proceedings and third-party litigation funders
ALRC Report 134 reviews the integrity of third-party funded class actions and the efficacy of the class action system.
Australia
8 Feb 2019
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The Online Court (OLC) for dispute resolution in District Court of NSW
The OLC is a virtual court room designed to minimise costs of in-person Court appearances by online requests for orders.
Australia
17 Jan 2019
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Dire hire triangle: Court considers hire charges for CHEP pallets in messy situation
The decision highlights the reluctance of courts to make formal orders for the retrospective alteration of CHEP accounts.
Australia
19 Dec 2018
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NSW Government Bulletin – legislation introduced to confer jurisdiction on the District Court for commercial claims
Article discusses Bill that contains amendments critical for the NSW justice system to function efficiently and effectively.
Australia
6 Nov 2018
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Residential Focus - 24 October 2018: Part 1 - Home building claims
The NCAT Appeal Panel considered building claims and time limits on jurisdiction in s 48K of the Home Building Act 1989.
Australia
27 Oct 2018
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Freezing Australian assets as security for foreign proceedings
A judgment or award is only worthwhile if obtained or can be enforced in a jurisdiction where a respondent has assets.
Australia
11 Oct 2018
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Confusion as indigenous cultural heritage Last Man Standing Rule thrown out
Article discusses the confusing consequences of the Nuga Nuga decision and the response by DATSIP.
Australia
29 May 2018
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Getting ahead of the pack: the case for an expedited hearing
Any applicant seeking a grant of expedition needs to satisfy the Court that their matter meets this requisite criteria.
Australia
21 May 2018
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NSW Government Bulletin - 2 May 2018: Part 1 - Federal diversity jurisdiction
Any court or tribunal, not a Court under Chapter III of the Constitution, cannot exercise federal diversity jurisdiction.
Australia
5 May 2018
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NSW government bulletin - sharing legal advice - 13 December 2017
Article cautions against sharing legal advice between agencies.
Australia
19 Dec 2017
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NSW Government Bulletin - 15 November 2017: Paperless trials
The trials demonstrated that paperless hearings could be achieved inexpensively and without inconvenience to the parties.
Australia
17 Nov 2017
14
Senate reports on the Government Procurement (Judicial Review) Bill 2017
The report highlighted the four key issues noted in the submissions.
Australia
27 Aug 2017
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NSW Government Bulletin - 11 July 2017 - Part 1: Double jeopardy
The Tribunal considered the Respondent's "no double jeopardy" claim for completeness, and dismissed it as irrelevant.
Australia
17 Jul 2017
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Corresponding with the Court: Practitioner "Do's" & "Don'ts"
In this era of electronic communication, it is easy to contravene the rules on proper communications with a Court.
Australia
8 May 2016
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Update from the courts: construing contractual obligations
This column looks at the pattern of courts construing contractual obligations strictly, holding parties to their words.
Australia
6 Oct 2015
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Federal Court grants interlocutory injunction to compel transfer of domain names
This decision creates the possibility for another avenue of relief when parties want the domain name to be transferred.
Australia
25 Jul 2015
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Not the job of a prosecutor to spell out - Reasonable Steps
What is reasonable must vary from case to case, depending on all of the circumstances the capacity of each charge.
Australia
1 Jul 2015
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Lessons from a failed Supreme Court bid for pseudonym order by a former AFL player
The application by a former player to be identified in court by a pseudonym (rather than by his real name) was refused.
Australia
10 Apr 2015
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