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K&L Gates LLP | Australia | 7 Dec 2022

Will Group Costs Orders "Anchor" Class Actions in Victoria?

This is because on 1 July 2020 the Victorian Supreme Court was given power to make orders permitting a law firm to be paid a percentage of any award…
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Barry.Nilsson. Lawyers | Australia | 5 Dec 2022

Expanding roads do not result in an expansive indemnity for property damage under liability insurance policies

The NSW Supreme Court found that Underwriters were not required to indemnify their Insured under its insurance policies for all of its defence costs…
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Sydney Criminal Lawyers | Australia | 2 Dec 2022

Half of All COVID Fines Revoked, as NSW Supreme Court Rules Three Invalid

In a statement a week prior to the Redfern Legal Centre challenge to COVID fines issued by NSW police taking place, acting principal solicitor Sam…
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Chamberlains Law Firm | Australia | 30 Nov 2022

Did you really serve that payment claim? Invalid service cost claimant $6 million

The judgment of Stevenson J in the Supreme Court of New South Wales (‘Court’) in MGW Engineering Pty Ltd t/a Forefront Services…
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Chamberlains Law Firm | Australia | 30 Nov 2022

Will I be Successful in a Security of Costs Application Against my Opponent in NSW?

The general premise of advancing a security of costs application under rule 42.21 in the Uniform Procedure Rules 2005 (NSW) (“UCPR”) is to minimise…
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Chamberlains Law Firm | Australia | 30 Nov 2022

Importance of Agreements for Residential Works are in Writing, Even Amongst Family

The recent decision of the New South Wales Supreme Court (Court) in Anjoul v Anjoul [2021] NSWSC 592 (Anjoul) has re-emphasised the importance of…
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Cordato Partners | Australia | 28 Nov 2022

Pet owners in a strata property can keep any pet they like

The Strata Tribunal has flipped the script on pets in Strata Schemes. It has decided that Strata Schemes cannot refuse permission for pets except for…
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MinterEllison | Australia | 28 Nov 2022

M&A brides and grooms - lessons from the altar of the NSW Supreme Court

The New South Wales Supreme Court's recent decision in the Perpetual / Pendal merger has attracted considerable interest and media commentary…
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Colin Biggers & Paisley Lawyers | Australia | 27 Nov 2022

Your option period may not be as long as you think

In Lioncrest Capital Holdings v O'Shaughnessy [2022] NSWSC 1410 (Lioncrest), a developer, as the holder of an option to purchase land, brought…
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Gilbert + Tobin | Australia | 23 Nov 2022

A fee to walk? Supreme Court addresses bidder off-ramps in SID

Perpetual’s proposed acquisition of Pendal for cash and scrip via scheme of arrangement took an interesting turn when Perpetual itself became…
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