December 2014

Surviving the Silly Season
Delegations, Authorisations and Amalgamations
False or Misleading Representations in Property Transactions
Liquidation no Protection Against Occupational Safety and Health Act Prosecution
When do Orders become Final and Binding?

On behalf of the partners and staff at Kott Gunning, we wish you a happy and safe festive season and thank you for your support in the past year.

Please note that Kott Gunning Lawyers will be closed from Thursday,
25 December 2014 and will re-open again on Monday, 5 January 2015.

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Surviving the Silly Season

The employer owes a general overarching duty of care to provide a safe system of work, to promote the safety and health of all persons at work, and to prevent, …
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Delegations, Authorisations and Amalgamations

Brenton Oakley
Consultant

Anne Wood
Partner

Another important issue for Local Governments affected by an amalgamation is to what extent delegations and authorisations will have been affected and what needs to be done. From the date …
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False or Misleading Representations in Property Transactions

Section 18 of the Australian Consumer Law (Schedule 2 of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth)) (ACL) prohibits a person from, in trade or commerce, engaging in conduct that …
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Liquidation no Protection Against Occupational Safety and Health Act Prosecution

In November 2014, the Supreme Court of Western Australia granted leave to Worksafe to prosecute a company for serious alleged breaches of the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984 (the …
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When do Orders become Final and Binding?

Orders are made two ways in the Family Court of Western Australia, by consent of the parties or, following determination on the evidence, as pronounced by the Court. So, when …
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