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Head Office - Newcastle

Phone:
(02) 4904 8000
Address:
1st Floor Charlestown Commercial Centre
29 Smith Street
Charlestown
New South Wales Australia 2290

 

Office - Central Coast

Phone:
02 4904 8000
Address:
Zenith Business Centre, Tuggerah Business Park
Suite 7.2, Reliance Drive
Tuggerah
New South Wales Australia 2259

 

Office - Sydney

Phone:
(02) 8076 6002
Address:
Turnbull Hill Lawyers
Level 8, 65 York Street
Sydney
New South Wales Australia 2000
Open Hours:
8:30am to 6:00pm Monday to Friday

 
Publications

Unfair Dismissal Maximum Compensation Explained

The preferred method of resolving an unfair dismissal claim, under the unfair dismissal provisions of the Fair Work Act 2009, is the reinstatement of the employee (which includes back-pay) to the position they were previously in or into a new position that is deemed to be similar to the previous one. Similarity is defined by hours, responsibi...

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Commercial Leases in NSW: Common Questions & Answers

Commercial Leases: Q&As 1. How long can a lease term be? Generally there is no restriction on the term of a Lease, but it must be fixed with certainty.  Related Articles: Commercial Leases  1. Understa...

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The Unfair Dismissal High Income Threshold Explained

The high income threshold for unfair dismissals refers to the highest possible income an employee can have, unless they are covered by an award or enterprise agreement, before they are excluded from making an unfair dismissal claim against their organisation. This threshold applies under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) and changes every year on ...

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Commercial Leases - Get Them in Writing

Commercial Leases: Always get them in writing! I recently spoke to a client who is the owner of a commercial warehouse that he had leased out to a tenant some time ago.  Related Articles: Commercial Leases &nbs...

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Court Authorised Wills

Since 1 March 2008 the Supreme Court has been authorised by sections 18 to 26 inclusive of the Succession Act 2006 to make a will for a person who lacks testamentary capacity and also to alter or revoke totally or partially a will of a person who lacks testamentary capacity. Examples of circumstances in which an application for a Court au...

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