S168 of the Local Government Electoral Act 2011 (Qld) makes it an offence for an Elector to fail to vote at an election without a valid and sufficient excuse.
Don’t just assume your insurance policy for Business Interruption won’t respond to a claim because there is an Exclusion for Pandemics!
Many general insurance policies for business interruption will have an exclusion for claims caused by a pandemic, however, do not assume that any business interruption policy you have contains that exclusion or even if it does, you may still have a valid claim.
Following separation it can be hard to navigate and decide on what to share and what not to share on social media platforms.
Changes to annualised wages in Modern Awards took effect on 1 March 2020 and if you’re an employer these amendments will require you to review your contracts to ensure that you are continuing to comply with your obligations.
From January 2020, the government implemented a new Loan Deposit Scheme to assist first home buyers entering the property market.
Our news feeds are being flooded at the moment with news of COVD-19 and understandably there is some concern amongst Queensland businesses regarding the impact that this virus may have on business.
A recent Court of Appeal decision highlights the importance of complying with section 60I.
The cost pressures on society are leading many people to try and do their own Will by purchasing an inexpensive DIY Legal Will kit, which try and make the completion of a Will a standardised procedure. However, people’s lives are not standardised and every Will has to be tailored to fit your own situation.
Samantha Sticklan outlines the 10 things to consider post-separation.
The Queensland Government has announced tougher penalties for drivers who use their mobile phone illegally while driving.