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Educating new entrants and making assignments easier

By: Will Kenny

For some time now, there has been discussion amongst industry stakeholders about the need to simplify the assignment process. There have been proposals for creating an &#...

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Management rights assignments for bodies corporate

By: Todd Garsden

Despite the body corporate being a party to the management rights agreements (Agreements), they are usually only involved toward the end of the assignment process. If the...

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Maintenance obligations

By: Mahoneys

Maintenance disputes are the single biggest issue that results in adjudication applications and information inquiries to the Commissioner’s Office. The general position...

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Dealing with Disputes

By: Mahoneys

In bodies corporate it is inevitable that, from time to time, disputes will occur. Fortunately, in Queensland there are numerous cost-effective avenues available to assis...

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Maintenance obligations

By: Todd Garsden

Maintenance disputes are the single biggest issue that results in adjudication applications and information inquiries to the Commissioner’s Office. The general posi...

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Dealing with Disputes

By: Ben Seccombe

In bodies corporate it is inevitable that, from time to time, disputes will occur. Fortunately, in Queensland there are numerous cost-effective avenues available to assis...

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Social distancing requirements for bodies corporate?

By: Todd Garsden

There have been over 60 public health directives issued by the Queensland Health Department since the start of COVID – almost 20 different public health directions

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Motels – getting back up and running – are you good to go?

By: Amy ODonnell

With Queensland moving into stage 2 of the relaxation process ahead of schedule, everyone is working frantically.  This means preparing COVID Safe plans, hiring staff (o...

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New guidance on patenting computer-implemented inventions (Commissioner of Patents v Rokt Pte Ltd [2020] FCAFC 86)

By: Rhys Williamson

The Full Court of the Federal Court in Commissioner of Patents v Rokt Pte Ltd [2020] FCAFC 86  (Rokt Appeal)  has unanimously held that Rokt’s ‘digital adve...

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Making sure your by-laws are correct

By: Todd Garsden

Given the recent lockdowns that have forced many occupiers to spend more time within their lots, interferences between occupiers have been tested to their limits. Committ...

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