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Planning for bushfire risk in Victoria

The Victorian landscape has always had a strong relationship with bushfires.[1] From fire, spring forth new life, plants and ecology, a fact well understood by Indigenous Australians whose land management practices used fire for millennia.[2] Following the tragic 2009 Black […]

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National E-Conveyancing Imminent

Conveyancing is to shortly go online nationally. All states and territories are now embracing the Electronic Conveyancing (Adoption of National Law) Act 2013 (the Act). This national system is a response to resistance by practitioners, large national users and banks […]

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Native Title Act & Aboriginal Entrepreneurial Opportunity

Kellehers Australia hosted a conference on 14 November 2013 on Native Title Act & Aboriginal Entrepreneurial Opportunity . The conference was centred around our Principal, Leonie Kelleher’s recent PhD findings. Joined by Gina Castelain of Wik Projects Inc, Damein Bell […]

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International surrogacy: be prudent and well informed

The journey towards the birth of a child can be filled with joy and excitement. In our recent article, published in the November 2013 issue of Australian Nursing & Midwifery Journal (Vol. 21 No. 5), we examine some important steps to […]

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Complex Regulation and New Venture Projects

Regulation is a critical element of the external setting for new venture projects. Many developers of new projects face an enormous initial work package simply to prepare and maintain a consents pathway to navigate a range of statutory consents and […]

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Ports, Environment and Directors

Today’s ABC News item concerning Board members of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority provides a salutary reminder of the personal and corporate due diligence obligations of corporation directors. Port developments affecting the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage area are at […]

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Anticipatory Breach

Anticipatory Breach arises where a contract exists but, prior to its completion date, it becomes clear that one party cannot, or will not, complete its part of the agreement. This is a most complex and technical area of law but […]

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Compensation Arising from Caveat

Serious consequences arise where a Caveat is lodged over property without reasonable cause. Any person who suffers loss arising from a caveat being lodged unreasonably has a right to compensation under s 118 of the Transfer of Land Act 1958 […]

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Self Help

Generally, before seeking legal advice, most people try to solve the problem themselves.  A practical solution is invariably better than ‘lawyering up’.  Self help is a legal remedy, recognised by the Courts, which permits a person to take his or […]

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Substituted Service

Substituted service is a form of serving legal proceedings in circumstances where a defendant cannot be located. Careful evidence is needed showing not only the impossibility of serving the proceedings, but also alternative means by which they can be brought […]

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