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Reminder that close attention to detail is extremely important when creating your employment contracts. If you intend to engage someone as an independent contractor rather than as an employee then make sure the contract is clear! Read more
Recently a bill was passed in the lower house of the NSW Parliament making some important changes to the Retail Leases Act 1994. Read about 9 proposed changes to the law relating to Retail Leases.. Read more
A recent case shows being proved as a DNA parent does not always ensure custody of the children in a family law dispute. Read more
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