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Termination of Employment - Unfair Dismissal in NSW

13th January 2012
Most claims in relation to termination of employment fall into three categories: unfair dismissals under the FW Act; dismissals otherwise prohibited under the FW Act; and Common law claims for wrongful dismissal. This section will cope with un... Read >
Author: reviewcompare

Residential Tenancy Agreement

16th December 2011
A residential tenancy agreement is the document agreed between a landlord and tenant which sets out the legal terms and conditions of the rent contract. This agreement allows the tenant to live in a property as long as he pays rent and follow the rules. ... Read >
Author: Clark_Taylor

Australia Spouse visa

13th December 2011
Eligibility: This visa is for you if you want to enter Australia on the basis of your relationship with your partner. If you are married to an Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen, or have been in a defacto relationship ... Read >
Author: Prakriti Nanda

A Quick and Easy Introduction to The Party Wall etc Act 1996

07th March 2011
Most people find the thought of dealing with party wall issues a daunting prospect. The Party Wall etc Act has many connotations, so it is no surprise that lots of people have difficulties with it. Things can become even more convoluted in major cities ... Read >
Author: David Lakins

Rugby Variants Around The World

20th January 2011
Rugby is rough-and-tumble, full-contact sport thatís categorized as a variation of football. It has a lot of superficial similarities to American Football such as the legality of tackling and holding the ball. A key difference, however, is that American F... Read >
Author: Savannah Adams

Termination Letter Template (Part 2): Important Considerations-Ontario

04th January 2011
Employee Termination Agreement Please do not take the information provided herein as a legal advice. It is only for informational and educational purposes. But, if you are an employer or employee and require legal advice with respect to employee termin... Read >
Author: kenneth gibbs

Advantages of a national brand name registration certificate

04th January 2011
In the USA the trade mark legal rights can be made through adoption of the brand name. What it means is the instant you start using the mark, you get so-called "common law" legal rights. Wonderful news is - you are a mark holder! After I break down it to ... Read >
Author: Ownyourtrademark

Employee Duties after they leave: Confidentiality, Non-Compete, Non-Solicit

03rd August 2010
What kinds of duties do employees owe their employer after leaving? Please note that the information provided herein is not legal advice and is provided for informational and educational purposes only. If you need legal advice with respect to drafting ... Read >
Author: Michael

What to Do If You Receive a Cease and Desist Letter

25th May 2010
The mail comes and you notice a letter from a law firm you do not recognize. As you open the letter you hope for the best but you are nervous in anticipation of what the letter says. You read the opening paragraph of the letter: "We represent the ABC ... Read >
Author: The Trademark Company

Foreign Entity Qualification

04th May 2010
What is Foreign Entity or foreign entity qualification? A foreign business entity is an entity formed under a statute or common law in a jurisdiction other than the state in which your corporation was originally formed. The foreign LLC or foreign corpo... Read >
Author: infotaxsquare

How to Prepare For CLAT Exam?

07th January 2010
Many students who want to pursue a career in Law after class XII appear for CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) for 5 year integrated BA LLB Courses. There first question is How to Prepare for CLAT? Here are some tips to prepare for CLAT Entrance Exam. Un... Read >
Author: Sonia

Contract Law In Ontario Today

18th August 2009
(extracted from Ben-zvi Barrister & Solicitor, 416-568-1411, www.contractlawtoronto.com, 10 Milner Business Court, Suite 210, Toronto, Ontario, M1B3C6)What is a contract?A) What is a Contract?A contract is an exchange of promises between two or more p... Read >
Author: howng050

Understanding Easements

31st July 2009
An easement is a right to use real property in possession of another person for a stated purpose. An easement is considered a property right in itself at common law and is still treated as a type of property in most jurisdictions. Although sometimes they ... Read >
Author: Andrew Smith

Self-Defense Law in Canada

23rd June 2009
Self-Defense is one of the most controversial of all the possible law problems mostly because it is usually hard to define when it self defense and when not. In Canada self-defense is defined in the Canadian Criminal Code. In the common law tradition self... Read >
Author: Matt Traverso

The Tenant Responsibility for Maintenance and Repair within a Tenancy Agreement

24th July 2007
Responsibility within a tenancy agreements One of the major issues relating to the renting and letting of property is that of maintenance and repair regarding the tenancy agreement. Who's responsible if the roof starts leaking,the central heating system ... Read >
Author: Propertyhawk
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