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How to Draft a Statement of Claim

Filed under: Contract Law

It can be a daunting task to draft a statement of claim, even for a lawyer, because there are so many rules and requirements.

When will a discretion to perform a contractual promise be enforceable?

Filed under: Contract Law, Contract Disputes

Sometimes a contract will impose a discretionary obligation on a party. In what circumstances will the Courts require such an obligation to be perfor...

What terms can be implied in a contract?

Filed under: Contract Law

Contracts should ideally contain all of the terms the parties wish to include to regulate their contractual relationship. Contracts should ideally contain...

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What are the criminal liabilities for multiple pricing offences?

Date: 01 Aug 2017, Filed under: Business & Commercial Law

Section 165 of the Australian Consumer Law sets out multiple pricing offences that are the same as the civil pecuniary penalties. Additionally, a body...

Are casual employees protected by unfair dismissal laws?

Date: 01 Jul 2017, Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Franchises

The decision in Ponce v DJT Staff Management Services Pty Ltd t/as Daly’s Traffic[2010] FWA 2078 in some ways paved the way for casual employees...

When is an individual considered to be in contravention of the bait advertising provisions?

Date: 01 Jun 2017, Filed under: Business & Commercial Law

For a person to be found liable of contravening the s 35(1) of the Australian Consumer Law (the ACL) provisions of bait advertising, is dependent...

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ACCC moves to improve quad bike safety

Date: 27 Mar 2018, Filed under: Business & Commercial Law

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) stated that ACCC has proposed major changes to improve the safety of quad bikes, including the...

ACCC: iiNet and Internode to compensate customers for misleading NBN speed claims

Date: 22 Mar 2018, Filed under: Business & Commercial Law

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) stated that internet providers iiNet Limited and Internode Pty Ltd will compensate more than...

ACCC authorises Independent Cinemas to bargain collectively

Date: 19 Mar 2018, Filed under: Business & Commercial Law

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has authorised Independent Cinemas Australia (ICA), and its current and future independent cinema...

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