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“HomeBuilder” Scheme – Government offers $25,000 grants to people building or renovating homes

On Wednesday 3 June 2020, the Federal Government announced their intention to offer grants worth $25,000 for eligible Australian’s building or renovating their homes between June and December 2020. The stimulus aims to boost demand of construction, which has significantly decreased during COVID-19, and support workers such as builders, painters, plumbers, and electricians. Estimated to […]

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Celeste Barber’s bush fire fundraiser demonstrates the complexities of Trusts Law

On Monday 25 May 2020, the Supreme Court of NSW upheld the long established principles of trust law which govern the use and distribution of trust money. In the high profile case relating to Celeste Barber’s bush fire appeal, the comedian established a Facebook fundraiser and nominated the Trustee for NSW Rural Fire Service Brigade […]

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Tips for Retirement Village Contracts

Retirement villages are mainly occupied by retired people aged over 55. The village usually consist of a residential complex which can also include other facilities depending on the level of care provided. Moving into a retirement village doesn’t have to be a difficult decision however there are certain rights and obligations surrounding retirement village contracts […]

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