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January 2020
A IT licence enables you to use a software or utilisation within the frame of manners which is predefined by the originator. The originator can allow users in individual cases to use the program in different kind-of-use. This given right is called servitude. In this case you can refer to servitude as “licences”. PROPRIETARY SOFTWARE...
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Sometimes a company or a person might not be able to pay the outstanding debt. This article will describe what actions may be taken when a company or person enters into insolvency. A company is insolvent when it cannot pay its debts when they are due for payment. Voluntary administration, liquidation and receivership are the...
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What is a Barrister? A barrister is an independent specialist in Courtroom advocacy and litigation. Whilst a barrister may be most recognised for their advocacy skills in the Courtroom, a barrister’s extensive training and experience ensures their strengths also centre around both judicial and non-judicial Dispute Resolution. It is important to note that you cannot...
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GENERAL When introducing evidence in court proceedings, the parties needs to be aware of the rules stated in the Evidence Act 1995 which establishes the foundation when determining whether particular evidence is admissible. Section 97 of the Evidence Act stipulates the “tendency rule”, which means that evidence or the character, reputation or conduct of a...
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OVERVIEW Employment Law serves to protect the rights of both employees and employers, and regulates various aspects of employer-employee relationships to ensure they are in accordance with Australian jurisdiction and any contracts relevant to the specific matter. Employment Law protects employees’ and employers’ rights to fair working conditions by concerning and regulating aspects of the...
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OVERVIEW In accordance with Common Law, property holders are entitled to exclusive ownership of their personal goods. If these rights are infringed, they have the right to take legal action against any individual or enterprise attempting to deny them of their rightful ownership of property. TRESPASS TO GOODS The trespass to goods is the act...
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INDICTABLE AND SUMMARY, MISDEMEANOURS AND FELONIES Criminal offences vary in degrees of severity, and thus require varying degrees of punishment. Under American law jurisdiction, criminal offences are divided into more serious crimes referred to as felonies, and less serious and punishable crimes known as misdemeanours. Similarly, under Australian law jurisdiction, criminal offences are separated by...
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Commerical and Corporate COMMERCIAL AND BUSINESS SOLICITORS Our commercial and business solicitors provide expert legal advice to assist you in the establishment, structuring, growth and protection of your business. The Australian corporate and business environment is highly regulated, making it crucial for your business to be protected by expert and timely legal assistance. Citilawyers is...
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When purchasing a business you should have a thorough knowledge of the details of all contracts that relate to the sale. One key contract is the lease of the premises. Since most businesses are conducted in rented premises it is unusual to find a transaction where the premises form part of the assets. Sometimes, however,...
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A contract, whether orally or in writing, obligate the parties to perform according to the terms in the contract. However, sometimes one of the parties acts in breach of the contract. This article will explain what you can do and which rights you have if someone breaches its obligations in a contract you are a...
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