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Clayton Utz | Australia | 12 Jun 2014

The long arm of carbon pricing: your long-term supply contract might allow costs to be passed on

Contracts entered into many years before the commencement of the carbon pricing mechanism under the Clean Energy Act 2011 (Cth) may nevertheless


Clayton Utz | Australia | 3 Jun 2011

Compensation in NSW for mine subsidence: do you have to wait for the hole to appear before you act?

If you own an improvement to land in NSW, you now have a greater incentive to undertake preventative or mitigatory works if there is a threat of subsidence from mining operations, following the High Court's decision on the State's scheme to compensate owners for mining subsidence (Jemena Gas Networks (NSW) Limited v Mine Subsidence Board 2011 HCA 19).

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