Continuation of Proceedings After a Delay
Commencing litigation is often the final step taken by a creditor when seeking the repayment of a debt. The Uniform
The Importance of Understanding Off-the-Plan Contracts and Disclosure Statements
For most people, buying a property involves the investment of a considerable proportion of their life savings. It is often
The Wood For The Trees
Michael Springer- Special Counsel, Agribusiness at Rostron Carlyle Lawyers On 8 March 2018 the Queensland Government re-introduced to the 56th
The Enforcement of Assigned Debts
The assignment of credit contracts in default is quite common in the area of recoveries. Banks often assign defaulting credit
Industrial Manslaughter Penalties
The Work Health and Safety and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2017 was passed by the Queensland Parliament in October 2017.
New labour hire licensing laws come into effect on April 16th, are you prepared?
On 16 April 2018, the new labour hire licensing scheme will come into effect. This mandatory business scheme will affect
Contesting a Will – What to do if you have been left out?
With the ever changing social dynamics around us, it is becoming more apparent in the average Australian family space that
The New Temporary Skill Shortage Visa (TSS Visa)
On 18 March 2018, the new Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS or subclass 482) Visa program commenced. This visa program replaces
Qld Construction Alert: Stage 1 of the security of payment reform in construction industry is effective.
From 1 March 2018, the project bank accounts regime under the Building Industry Fairness (Security of Payment) Act 2017 applies
Letter to India 2018
On the National Day for India and Australia on 26 January 2017, I was inspired to write a Letter to