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Dangerfield Exley Lawyers Blog

Help! I need to set aside a default judgment

16 July 2018

SETTING ASIDE A DEFAULT JUDGMENT: PART 2 of 2

If it has been established that judgment has been entered against the Defendant and that person now wishes to have it set aside, you will need to explain to the Court a valid

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Help! The sheriff wants to take my property

02 July 2018

SETTING ASIDE A DEFAULT JUDGMENT: PART 1 of 2

Recently the DE team was contacted by a client with the following urgent query, “Help! I’ve just had a Sheriff come and knock on my door wanting to seize my furniture and other household items  

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Trouble with your builder? Introducing DBDRV

20 June 2018

Domestic Building Dispute Resolution Victoria (DBDRV) is an independent government agency that helps resolve domestic (residential) building disputes.

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Ready for the new GST legislation?

06 June 2018

The new regime requiring purchasers to withhold GST for supplies of new residential property has been passed by Federal Parliament and will come into effect on 1 July 2018.

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Commercial tenants: Are you paying unnecessary costs?

21 May 2018

Until recently, industrial tenants have entered into leases that are not governed by the Retail Leases Act 2003 (Act). Industrial tenants would occupy

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Are you prepared for FY2018?

18 May 2018

16 things you need to review for FY2018

The end of the financial year is a great time to review your positioning and ensure your finances, business obligations, legalities and property matters are sorted.

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Speaking freely: “Without Prejudice” explained

09 May 2018

The phrase “without prejudice” is commonly used by lawyers and non-lawyers during commercial verbal negotiations or seen on a piece of legal correspondence.

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Where there’s a Will, there’s a way: Property distribution

24 April 2018

When making your Will it is important to consider how your beneficiaries receive what you intend to give them. Knowing what to do with your property and assets can be difficult, particularly if you have multiple beneficiaries to whom you’d like

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Where there’s a Will, there’s a way: Executors and Administrators

09 April 2018

The executor is a person who will oversee the probate of a deceased person’s estate. Many people name their spouse or adult child as the executor. It’s possible to name more than one person to serve as executor; however, this can create complications and delays 

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Where there’s a Will, there’s a way: Wills explained

21 March 2018

A Will is a legal document that details what you’d like to happen with your estate upon your death. It helps ensure your assets are protected, which may include their dispersion according to your preferences, and also assists with succession planning and family

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