Privacy Law in Australia
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Privacy Law in Australia

Privacy In Australia – Does The Privacy Act Apply To You? The federal Privacy Act 1988 is designed to promote the protection of individuals’ privacy in Australia by imposing obligations on those who collect and handle personal information to manage it responsibly and transparently. It does so by reference to a number of principles known […]

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What is the Go To Court Legal Hotline?
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What is the Go To Court Legal Hotline?

My name is Simi and I’m one of the dedicated hotline lawyers. My name is Dominic. My name is Sophie. My name is Jacqueline. My name is Raj Srikanthan. My name Thirushka Naidoo. My name is Andrea Lopez and I’m one of the dedicate hotline lawyers ready to take your call and assist you. A […]

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Divorce in Australia – Know your rights!
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Divorce in Australia – Know your rights!

Divorce in Australia The No Fault Principal Divorce in Australia follows the no fault principal, which was established by the Family Law Act 1975. This means that the court does not need to know the reason for the divorce, just that the marriage has broken down irretrievably. When can I apply for a divorce in […]

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Assault Charges in Australia
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Assault Charges in Australia

Assault charges in Australia What is Assault? Assault is classed as an offence against the person, and therefore no matter how minor the incident may have seemed, the charges are not to be taken lightly. There are different penalties for the different assault offences depending on the seriousness of the incident; however, all assault charges […]

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Residential Tenancies in NSW | Go To Court Lawyers

The majority of residential tenancy agreements in New South Wales are subject to the terms of the Residential Tenancies Act 2010 which sets out together with the common law, the rights and obligations of both landlords and tenants in relation to their tenancy arrangements. Disputes under the Residential Tenancies Act 2010 were heard by a […]

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