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What is a caveat and what is its purpose? A caveat can be thought of generally as notice on a certificate of title to anyone that they have an equitable or legal claim in that property, such as a lease, equitable mortgage or charge.  If someone has a genuine “caveatable

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The Season Four opener of the HBO series Succession serves as a timely reminder on some key mistakes that can be made in negotiations. The show showcases fundamental flaws people can make in negotiations like offering with overconfidence, letting emotions take the lead and making unjustified offers for the sake

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Hundreds of people have been forced to evacuate their homes in West Australia’s Kimberley region amid what has been labeled the State’s “worst floods”. It is expected that rebuilding everything that has been damaged could take months. This article will discuss what part insurance plays in recovering from a natural

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A recent case in the Federal Court of Australia in which Stone & Wood Group unsuccessfully claimed that Elixir had passed off their product, is set to have significant impacts on Australian businesses. If you own a business or are part of the marketing of a business’ products, this article

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In June 2018, the Australian High Court granted Milorad “Michael” Trkulja the right to sue search engine giant Google for defamation.   Background In 2012 Mr Trkulja successfully sued search engine giant Google for publishing defamatory contents. Mr Trkulja argued that his reputation was (falsely) brought into disrepute and his

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