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Personal Injury Claims in Victoria: How Much Compensation Can You Receive?
If you're considering making a personal injury claim in Victoria, it's important to know how much compensation you could receive.
Implications of FIRB on foreign lenders using second hand residential property as security
It is not uncommon where a foreign relative lends to a borrower for the purposes of buying a second hand residential property,
7 Pitfalls to Avoid When Claiming Compensation in Victoria
If you've been injured and want to claim compensation in Victoria, watch out for these 7 common pitfalls. Learn how to protect your rights and avoid costly mistakes in this informative blog post.
Retrovirus: Retroactive change to HIV law changes little-A case study of Aubrey v The Queen
“When I use a word, it means just what I choose it to mean—neither more, nor less.” (Through the Looking-Glass).
Congratulations to Alexander Kaufman for being recognised as the Leading Immigration Lawyers in New South Wales for 2023
Immigration law expert Alexander Kaufman has further cemented his reputation as one of the leading immigration lawyers in NSW by being named in the prestigious Doyle’s Guide for the third year in a row.
What can you tell other people about documents you receive in a court case
Parties to a litigation in Australia are bound by an implied undertaking not to use documents that they have obtained through compulsory process
Your Guide to Making a Successful TAC Claim After a Car Accident in Victoria
Car accidents can be traumatic, but knowing what to do can help.
Surcharge Purchaser Duty: New Zealand, Finland, Germany or South Africa
Individuals, corporations and trustees of a trust can be considered foreign persons for the purposes of surcharge purchaser duty. Generally speaking, you are not a foreign person if you are a: