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Celebrating Excellence: RMB Crowned Best Regional/Suburban Law Firm in Australia

Lawyers Weekly proudly unveils the exceptional victors of this year’s esteemed Australian Law Awards. The much-anticipated 23rd edition of the Lawyers Weekly Annual Australian Law Awards unfolded on the evening of Friday, August 11, 2023, at Sydney’s iconic Star venue. As legal professionals and firms gathered under the glittering lights, the nation paid tribute to …

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How to Appeal Driving Suspensions

In NSW a number of traffic offences carry automatic periods of suspension or disqualification – by a police officer at the time of the offence, on payment of the fine or after court sentencing. RHYGAN WERRETT from RMB Lawyers explains the options for appealing suspensions or minimising your period off the road: Police Suspensions:If you …

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Why are minutes of your meeting essential?

The answer is that they are required by Section 50 the Associations Incorporation Act, 2009 and must be kept by the Secretary.  Similarly corporations are required to keep minutes of meetings too.  Members may at all reasonable times inspect the minutes although Shareholders of corporations have only limited ability to view minutes of Directors meetings. …

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New Motor Accidents Statue

The NSW Parliament has passed the Motor Accident Injuries Act, 2017 which changes and limits what claims maybe made on your green slip insurance policy. The new Statute will commence on or about 1st December, 2017 and will apply to motor vehicle accidents occurring after its commencement. The existing Statute applies until then. For those …

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What is Civil Litigation?

Litigation is the term used to describe proceedings initiated between two opposing parties to enforce or defend a legal right. It is not a Criminal prosecution but rather a Civil matter. ¬†Civil Litigation is typically settled by agreement between the parties, but may also be heard and decided by a magistrate or judge in court …

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