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Daily law lists. Supreme, District, Land and Magistrates Courts - civil and criminal. The Queensland law lists are updated daily. Lists for the Supreme and District Courts are updated no later than 6.00pm for the following day. Lists for the Magistrates Courts are updated for the day at 6.45am and again at 8.45am (allowing for overnight arrests).

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1. Legal Aid Queensland(LAQ) provides free legal information on the LAQ website, by telephone, or face to face at one of 14 offices and various community access points across Queensland. LAQ also provides legal advice, representation, and specialist services. Contact LAQfor more information.
Published: May 22, 2018

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ALERT: COVID-19 modifications of laws The COVID-19 Emergency Response Act 2020 and extraordinary regulations and statutory instruments made under that Act modify a significant number of Queensland laws. Affected legislation operates as modified but the modification does not amend the text of the law. Accordingly, affected in force legislation does not show the text …

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1. It’s a good idea to speak to an experienced family lawyer before making any important decisions. A lawyer can: 1. explain what you may be entitled to when dividing your property and your responsibilities and obligations when resolving your parenting arrangements 2. discuss your situation, which may involve complicated legal issues 3. tell you about issues you may not have thought about 4. help you to negotiate in a dispute. Don’t rely on family and friends for legal advice. Search for a lawyerin your area.

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1. The ACL applies to contracts for goods and services between a seller and a consumer in the course of trade or commerce purchased after 1 January 2011. It does not apply to private sales. Any person is a consumer as long as the price of the goods and services does not exceed $40 000 or, where the price exceeds that amount, the goods are for personal, domestic or household use or consumption, or the goods are a road vehicle or trailer. Additionally, the consumer must not buy the goods for the purpose of selling them to someone else, using them to manufacture other goods or using the goods to repair other goods or fixtures on land.

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QLD considering law to ban price guides. Venessa Paech. 2 Mar 2014. Queensland is currently considering legislation that would ban price guides for properties listed for auction, and punish real estate agents or auctioneers who reveal those details to prospective buyers with significant fines. The Property Occupations Bill and the Agents

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QUT’s Bachelor of Laws (Honours) is a higher-level qualification than a bachelor degree, as it has honours-level content integrated throughout the course. The honours units are integrated from years 2 to 4 and help our graduates remain …

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Displaying prices. Prices displayed by a business must be clear, accurate and not misleading to consumers. You should always display the total price of a product or service. Certain grocery retailers must also display unit pricing on their shelf labels. Component pricing. Multiple pricing. Misleading advertising. Two-price comparison advertising.

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Legal Aid Queensland : This publications page contains numerous downloadable fact-sheets and self-help kits and other useful information about the law in Queensland. The site also provides legal information on some legal topics, options for accessing free or affordable legal advice, frequently asked questions and a glossary of legal terms.

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Thomson Reuters offers special discounts and free shipping to members of the Bar Association of Queensland. Browse our range of law books and legal research subscriptions. Wills, Probate and Administration Law in NSW 2e - Book. 18/12/2019

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Divorce. Divorce is the official ending of a marriage. The only legal requirement for getting a divorce is the ‘irretrievable breakdown’ of the marriage—proven by the husband and wife being separated for 12 months with no likelihood of getting back together. When applying for a divorce, your partner doesn’t have to agree, and the law

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The Queensland Law Handbook is produced by Caxton Legal Centre Inc (ABN 57 035 448 677) with the assistance of volunteers with legal experience in Queensland. The Handbook is intended to give general information about the law in Queensland as at July 2016.

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The Queensland Human Rights Act is now law. It is due to commence 1 Jan 2020. The Anti-Discrimination Commission Queensland will be renamed the Queensland Human Rights Commission, and continue its complaint handling, education, and training functions under the Anti-Discrimination Act.

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A limited number of full sets of the bound volumes of the Queensland Reports (1860- Date) are available for purchase from the ICLRQ at a discounted price of $3300 (incl. GST) + delivery. This price includes all volumes of the Queensland Supreme Court Reports, the Queensland Law Reports and the Queensland Law Journal Reports.

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Queensland Property Law Act 1974 Current as at 27 September 2016. Queensland Property Law Act 1974 Contents Page 36 Tenants in common of equitable estate acquiring the legal estate 34 Division 2 Statutory trusts, sale and division 85 Duty of mortgagee or receiver as to sale price . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80

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Where can i get free legal advice in queensland?

Legal Aid Queensland (LAQ) provides free legal information on the LAQ website, by telephone, or face to face at one of 14 offices and various community access points across Queensland. LAQ also provides legal advice, representation, and specialist services.

Is the bachelor of laws accredited in queensland?

The Bachelor of Laws has been accredited by the Legal Practitioners Admissions Board, Queensland, and the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Queensland as an approved academic qualification under the Supreme Court (Legal Practitioner Admission) Rules 2004 (Qld).

What is the queensland law handbook?

The Queensland Law Handbook is a comprehensive, plain-English legal resource designed to help you deal with your legal problems.

Where can i find legislation in queensland?

Welcome to Queensland’s legislation website, the official Queensland Government website providing access to authorised Queensland legislation and related information—Bills introduced, Acts as passed, subordinate legislation as made and point-in-time reprints (consolidations) of Acts and subordinate legislation.

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