When landholders ask whether they should sell their property before it is compulsorily acquired, the answer is usually no!
Nevertheless, some people need to sell. If you must do so, then it is imperative that you speak with a compulsory acquisition lawyer at least 2 months prior to sale.
Aitken Partners' head of employment law, Stephen Curtain, was interviewed on Today Tonight discussing discrimination laws with regards to television shows.
Today Tonight’s summary makes interesting reading and viewing »
Recently the Herald Sun reported that Powers of Attorney can be used as a licence to steal.
A number of local residents of Plenty have arranged a meeting at the Plenty Hall at 8pm on Wednesday 14 September 2011. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the duplication of Yan Yean Road and in particular, the modified Option 1. Please note that submissions on the proposal are due by 30 September 2011.
After years of battling on the streets and in the Victorian Civil & Administrative Tribunal, our client unChain St Kilda successfully achieved its goal and the goal of many St Kilda residents in preventing the proposed redevelopment of the St Kilda Triangle.
The rules and regulations surrounding aged care accommodation in nursing homes, hostels and retirement villages are extremely complex. You need an expert to help you plan your finances. You need to be sure you have adequate income to meet the substantial number of different expenses involved in your stay. Of course you need to be confident that you are not missing out on social security benefits. You also need to be careful to ensure that the costs of your care are kept to a minimum.
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