2019

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Gallery Vie Variation Explanation by John Punch

Gallery Vie Variation Explanation by John Punch

Posted on Thursday 28th November 2019

No matter how well we consider and plan for eventualities, we can also expect that something will occur to be a “disrupter” – particularly when you least expect it to happen. This occurs in the law especially when a decision of a Court or Tribunal suddenly comes out of unusual circumstances, with an unexpected interpretation of the law, as it is written by the legislators.

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The New Sponsored Parent (Temporary) Visa - (Subclass 87)

The New Sponsored Parent (Temporary) Visa - (Subclass 87)

Posted on Tuesday 16th July 2019

Another Path to Reunite with Your Australian Family Members up to 10 Years Stay in Australia Now this new path is open to parents who wish to reunite with their adult children in Australia without concerning the limited time frame of each stay required by a visitor visa; or those who could not meet the “Balance of Family Test” for a parent visa application.

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The Increasing Move Towards Workplace Flexibility

The Increasing Move Towards Workplace Flexibility

Posted on Tuesday 28th May 2019

Even a casual observer of the Industrial Law landscape in the post-Work Choices era, will recognise the diversity of employment options that now prevail in modern workplaces. Part of this has been a consequence of the increasing casualisation of the Australian workforce. We have previously provided commentary regarding casual conversion clauses in Modern Awards. A copy of same can be found on our Facebook page and at:

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The Perils of By-Law Enforcement

The Perils of By-Law Enforcement

Posted on Wednesday 20th March 2019

The job of an on-site manager can be a difficult one. It necessitates a delicate balance between maintaining a good relationship with lot owners and occupants on the one hand, and ensuring adherence to the Body Corporate scheme by-laws on the other.

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