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- 12/12/18--23:07: Australia: Death and family law property proceedings - Swaab
This restraint of trade provision used in a Qld contract was deemed to be unenforceable on
grounds of unreasonableness.
An employer can rely on the exemption if employment can be found in the same organisation or with a different employer.
It is important to remember that after the withdrawal, the UK will remain a member of the Madrid Protocol as will the EU.
Employers are entitled to expect employees to devote their "full time and attention" in work hours to their duties.
An employee subject to a social media policy could face disciplinary action if the retweet is in breach of that policy.
Where a genuine dispute exists, creditors should commence court proceedings rather than issuing a statutory demand.
The case highlighted how land could be lost to adverse possession if it is overlooked by executors of a deceased estate.
Parties to family law proceedings may be committing an indictable offence if they publish any court details online.
The Court is not required to make orders to adopt a child's wishes if such a departure is in the child's "best interests".
This article sets out how CGT is generally treated by the Family Court in family law property settlement proceedings.
Private companies can now seek finance through the equity CSF regime, that was previously open only to public companies.
Article warns of dangers involved in allowing your former spouse to take your children overseas.
Article discusses the importance of disclosing assets in family law proceedings.
Article outlines when a court will be prepared to consider changing the surname of a child.
The article looks at the impact of domestic violence on financial cases, such as property settlements and contributions.
When a parent takes their child out of Australia without any agreement, it may be difficult to secure its safe return.
When you sign a Binding Financial Agreement and no longer agree to its terms, your rights to terminate are very limited.
Parties should raise all relevant arguments at first instance, as they may not be able to raise new points on appeal.
This case highlights that creditors must get personal guarantees right or they may risk not being able to enforce them
What happens if family law property proceedings have commenced and then a party to the proceedings dies?