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Private Chauffeurs Melbourne Airport

11/18/2022 Opal Chauffeur Services & Airport Transfers Melbourne

Private Chauffeurs Melbourne Airport
Opal Chauffeurs has been providing the Australia’s most professional and reliable airport transfers to and from Melbourne Tullamarine airport for more than a decade. Our drivers are trained in customer service and hospitality, so you can be sure you’ll be treated with the utmost care no...

Luxury Airport Transfers Melbourne

11/18/2022 Opal Chauffeur Services & Airport Transfers Melbourne

Luxury Airport Transfers Melbourne
Do you need a ride to or from the Melbourne airport? Hire A Chauffeur Melbourne is the best way to get around. We provide private cars and limousines for all your transportation needs. Whether you need a ride day or night, we are here to help. So sit back, relax, and let us take you where you need t...

PTE Read Aloud | PTE Write Essay | PTE vs IELTS

11/05/2022 Edutrainex

PTE Read Aloud | PTE Write Essay | PTE vs IELTS
Read Aloud & PTE Read AloudYou should always aim to complete the PTE Read Aloud response within 30 to 35 seconds. If you speak moderately and naturally, you will definitely finish around this time, but if you speak very slowly, you may not be able to finish it. Additionally, if you speak too...

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10/13/2022 stickdat

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Web Design and Development company in Sydney

10/12/2022 G-Tech Solutions - Web Development Sydney

Web Design and Development company in Sydney
What is web design?Web design is the process of creating a website. This can include anything from the layout and design of the site to the coding that makes it work. A web designer may work with a team of other professionals, such as web developers and graphic designers, to create a complete websit...

Automotive 12v Specialist

10/06/2022 Automotive 12v Specialist

Cars are considered as among the most valuable investments a person can have. On top of having the car insured and regularly checked, many car owners also opt to upgrade their car parts accessories....

CJ Academy Offers Nail Tech Training

09/29/2022 CJ Academy

CJ Academy is pleased to announce that they offer nail tech training to prepare individuals for this career path. Students can choose a three-day master class or an accelerated acrylic workshop to meet their needs and provide adequate training to serve clients.During nail tech training, students at...

How to Get FREE Online Legal Advice Australia

09/12/2022 The Law App

How to Get FREE Online Legal Advice Australia
If you need online legal advice Australia from lawyers because you have no other way to get one, here in this post, we will explain how. All citizens have duties, but they also have certain rights that must be respected.For this to be the case, the figure of the free online legal advice chat from th...

Appeals Against Supreme Court Decisions (NSW)

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

Appeals to the High CourtAppeals against decisions of the NSW Court of Appeal are made to the High Court of Australia. This occurs in matters of public or general importance. There is no automatic right to have an appeal heard by the High Court. As with the Court of Appeal, the applicant must first...

Neighbourhood Disputes (NSW)

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

Neighbourhood disputes can arise over many everyday matters, such as pets, trees, dividing fences or noise. In many cases, neighbourhood disputes can be resolved informally, by talking about the situation and listening to each other’s point of view. Where this does not solve the problem, mediation...

Commercial Leases in NSW

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

Commercial leases in NSW are interests in commercial premises (for example, office buildings) that are granted by one person, the ‘landlord’, to another, the ‘tenant’. They confer a right on the tenant to exclusive possession of the commercial premises for a certain period of time. Commercia...

Probate in NSW

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

If you die in New South Wales and you made a valid will under the Succession Act 2006 before you died, the person named in your will as your executor will apply to the Supreme Court of New South Wales for probate of your will.Probate in NSW, as in all other States and Territories, is the process of...

Making a Will (NSW)

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

Making a will in New South Wales involves making a written declaration describing how your property will be disposed of after your death. This allows you to leave your assets and any other possessions to which you are entitled at the time of your death to nominated beneficiaries. When a person dies...

Informal Wills (NSW)

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

What Constitutes A Formal Will In NSW?In New South Wales, a testator must execute a will correctly for the document to be considered a valid and formal will. Specifically, the document must comply with the following requirements:A formal will must be in writing; andThe testator must sign the will, o...

Challenging a Will in New South Wales

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

Challenging a will in New South Wales can be done on a number of grounds, including that the will-maker lacked testamentary capacity to prepare the will, or the will did not represent the will-maker’s intentions for a variety of reasons, including fraud, forgery or undue influence.Alternatively, y...

Can a Beneficiary Contest a Will?

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

Which Beneficiaries Can Contest A Will?A Family Provision Claim can only be lodged in NSW if the testator was living in NSW before their death or if they owned real estate in NSW.A beneficiary can contest a will if they were:The testator’s spouse when they died;The testator’s de facto partner wh...

Workplace Discrimination in New South Wales

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

The Anti-Discrimination Act 1977The Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 makes discrimination unlawful toward job applicants and employees, commission agents and contract workers. The Act states that if certain actions are done for two or more reasons, and one of those reasons is discriminatory, then the ac...

Workplace Bullying in NSW

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

What is bullying?For those workers in New South Wales who are covered by the Fair Work Act 2009, the Fair Work Commission has powers to make orders to stop bullying in some instances. These orders are designed to stop ongoing bullying. An application can be made by a ‘worker’, which includes all...

What is Sexual Harassment? (NSW)

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

The Sex Discrimination Act 1984 (Cth) and the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW) prohibit sexual harassment in the following areas of public life:In the course of your employment;In the course of obtaining goods and services e.g. from shops, medical services, government services etc;In the course of...

Unfair Dismissal in New South Wales

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

Which unfair dismissal laws applyIf you are a public sector employee (employed by the State or local government but not the Commonwealth government), you come within the New South Wales industrial relations system. These unfair dismissal laws are contained in Part 6 of the Industrial Relations Act 1...

Employment Lawyers NSW

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

The Fair Work ActThe FW Act is managed by two bodies – the Fair Work Commission and the Fair Work Ombudsman. The Act is designed to ensure that there is a safety net of minimum entitlements for workers (the National Employment Standards or NES), to enable flexible working arrangements and fairness...

Small Claims Matters (NSW)

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

In New South Wales claims of less than $10,000 are heard in the Small Claims Division of the Local Court. The purpose of the small claims division is to deal with minor legal matters in a way that is more accessible to the ordinary person. Small claims proceedings are conducted with far less formali...

Consumer Claims in New South Wales

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

Consumer claims in NSW relate to the supply of goods and services under the Fair Trading Act 1987 and the Australian Consumer Law. This includes disputes over monies, or the purchase of vehicles used for private use.Consumer claims under $40,000 will need to be commenced in the NSW Civil and Adminis...

The District Court (NSW)

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

Prosecution in the District CourtPrivate solicitors cannot prosecute trials in the New South Wales District Court. The New South Wales Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions is the prosecuting service and government agency responsible for prosecuting serious criminal offences in the New South...

The Children’s Court (NSW)

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

Children’s Court jurisdictionsThe Children’s Court has jurisdiction to hear and determine matters of the following type:Criminal Offence Applications for apprehended violence ordersApplications for compulsory schooling orders with respect to the parents of a child, and in some cases the child, w...

Jury Duty (NSW)

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

What is a jury?In NSW, juries are usually made of 12 jurors selected from the electoral roll, although sometimes juries of 15 are empanelled in cases expected to last more than three months. Most criminal cases in the District and Supreme Courts are determined by a jury, and so are some large civil...

Applications for Marriage Annulment (NSW)

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

When the Local Court convicts, penalises or sentences a defendant and the defendant is not present in court, the court orders are reviewable by way of an application for annulment. Such an application is made under Section 4 of the Crimes (Appeal and Review) Act 2001 and must be lodged within two ye...

Youth Detention (NSW)

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

New South Wales has six youth detention centres, known as Youth Justice Centres, which accommodate young people who have been refused bail or sentenced to detention. In the second quarter of 2019, there were 8,837 young people serving sentences in detention in NSW. There were 4,566 young people bein...

Spent Convictions (NSW)

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

Which convictions can be spent?All convictions can become spent, except the following:Convictions for offences for which a prison sentence of more than 6 months was imposed;Convictions for sexual offences;Convictions imposed against bodies corporate;Convictions set out in the regulations.A convictio...

Imprisonment in New South Wales

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

Offences that can lead to imprisonmentThe criminal law of New South Wales is contained primarily in the Crimes Act 1900 (NSW). This Act also works in conjunction with federal legislation, such as the Crimes Act 1914 (Cth) and the Criminal Code Act 1995 (Cth). Both of these Acts address the interpret...

Home Detention Orders (NSW)

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

What is the process for ordering home detention?If the court is satisfied that no sentence other than a term of imprisonment is appropriate for an offence and that the term of imprisonment should be set at 18 months or less, it may then consider ordering that the sentence be served by way of home de...

Drug Diversion Programs in NSW

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

Drug diversion programs in NSW (New South Wales) provide offenders who are also drug users an opportunity for education and possibly treatment to help them to overcome their drug use and reduce the likelihood they will commit crimes in the future.Police can exercise their discretion and deal with mi...

Deterrence (NSW)

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

What are the purposes of a sentence?Section 3A of the Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999 (NSW) sets out the ‘purposes of punishment’ which a court should consider when sentencing an offender.These are:Retribution or just punishment;Deterrence;Community protection;Rehabilitation;Accountabilit...

Character References NSW

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

A character reference is a letter written by a person who knows you and can tell the court about your good character. In all the states including New South Wales a character reference can help the court to understand a bit more about you as a person and may help you to receive a lesser penalty. You...

Breach of an AVO in New South Wales

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

The offence of breaching an AVO in New South Wales is set out in section 14 of the Crimes (Domestic and Personal Violence) Act 2007.An AVO (Apprehended Violence Order) is breached if you do something that is in breach of the conditions listed in the order. You cannot be in breach of an AVO in NSW un...

Applying for an AVO in New South Wales

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

An Apprehended Violence Order or AVO in New South Wales is a Court order made under the Crimes (Domestic and Personal Violence) Act 2007 to protect you from violence, intimidation or harassment in the future.AVO in New South WalesAn AVO in New South Wales is called an Apprehended Domestic Violence O...

The Defence of Self-Defence (NSW)

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

The law recognises a person’s right to protect themselves when they are being physically attacked or are faced with a threat of physical violence. The extent to which it is permissible to use violence in self-defence depends on the circumstances and the extent of the threat faced. In New South Wal...

The Defence of Provocation (NSW)

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

In New South Wales, extreme provocation can be used as a ‘partial defence’ to a charge of murder. If a person charged with murder was acting in response to extreme provocation, he or she will be found guilty of manslaughter rather than murder (Crimes Act 1900, Section 23(1)). The defence of prov...

The Defence of Duress (NSW)

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

Definition of duressTo secure an acquittal on the basis of duress, an accused must call evidence that:A threat of death or serious injury was made to the accused or a member of their family;The gravity of the threat was such that a person of ordinary firmness and of the accused’s sex and maturity...

The Defence of Automatism (NSW)

08/31/2022 Go To Court Lawyers Parramatta

In order for an accused to be found guilty and convicted of a crime in NSW, the prosecution must be able to prove, beyond a reasonable doubt, that the person’s conduct was voluntary. Where a criminal act is committed in a state of automatism, this means that the offence was committed involuntarily...