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What are some of my options when dealing with a noisy neighbour?

Filed under: Animals, Farming & Agriculture, Local Government

Could there be anything more annoying than noisy neighbours? What if the noise also stems from a barking dog? One of the more common complaints about neighbours...

WA Local Government reforms look to change 100 year old boundaries

Filed under: Local Government

For the first time in 100 years, the State Government is making major reforms to the number of local governments in metropolitan Perth.

Who is responsible for the costs of repairs to shared fencing?

Filed under: Local Government

The ideal situation for most of us when moving into a property is that our neighbours will be wonderful people that we can invite over for a BBQ, and have...

Canning Basin Bill marks new chapter of gas development

Filed under: Environmental & Planning Law, Local Government

On 7 November 2012 the State of Western Australia entered a joint venture agreement with Buru Energy Limited, Diamond Resources (Fitzroy) Pty Ltd, Diamond...

The Australian Federal Budget for 2012/13 delivers mixed messages for innovative businesses

Filed under: Banking & Finance, Business & Commercial Law, Taxation law, Local Government

While many expected the 2012/13 Federal Budget to result in deep cuts in several areas of government funding, it is pleasing to find that there have been...

How to Deal with Nightmare Neighbours

Filed under: Anti-Social Laws, Administrative Law, Local Government

Any reader who currently resides next to a nightmare neighbour may have some options available to them in dealing with a neighbour who is a nuisance. Read...

Increase in First Home Owner Grant Cap Amount

Filed under: Conveyancing, Buying a Home, Constitutional Law, Local Government, Building a Home

NSW Home owner grant cap for 2011

Five Important Tips For Making Flood Damage Insurance Claims (Slater & Gordon)

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Local Government, Insurance

If you have suffered any damage at all during the floods and if you have an insurance policy then make a claim.

Property & Enduring Powers of Attorney

Filed under: Succession Planning, Powers of Attorney, Local Government

Enduring powers of attorney have become popular means of assigning the management of a person's personal and financial affairs to another adult.

Recent Demerit Points Changes in NSW

Filed under: Local Government, Traffic Matters

The demerit points system for traffic offences in NSW has attracted a lot of criticism. Quite simply, it is one of the harshest systems of its type anywhere...

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