Commercial and Australian consumer law disputes – when will the court grant relief? – Consumer trading and unfair trading

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You only need to register or log in to Mondaq.com to print this article. Commercial sales are often fertile ground for allegations of breaching the Australian Consumer Law, but a court will require more than a misleading statement to grant relief. A recent Queensland Court of Appeal case illustrates a common scenario. In the recent … Read more

What is a Release Deed and Why You Need It in Dispute Resolution – Arbitration and Dispute Resolution

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February 18, 2024 Justice Family Lawyers You only need to register or log in to Mondaq.com to print this article. A Deed of Release, in Australian law, is a legal document that signifies an agreement between two parties to release each other from certain obligations or claims. This type of deed is often … Read more

How to get out of paying a parking fine in New South Wales – Crime

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You only need to register or log in to Mondaq.com to print this article. Reception of a nice parking lot can be incredibly frustrating, especially when some local authorities seem more focused on using them as a revenue raiser rather than maintaining public amenities that should be freely available to all ratepayers. But it’s important … Read more

Supreme Court of India reconsiders whether unmarked instrument containing arbitration agreement admissible in evidence – Arbitration and Dispute Resolution

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January 16, 2024 Sochannam Legal You only need to register or log in to Mondaq.com to print this article. Background: The issue was decided by a seven-judge bench of the Supreme Court of India (SCI) when a five-judge SCI bench referred the matter to a seven-judge SCI bench to reconsider the implications of … Read more