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November LIJ flipbook
November LIJ flipbook

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2019

Welcome to the November LIJ flipbook. You can turn pages electronically, magnify type and click through to editorial content, LIV goods and services and upcoming events and advertising...

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Court on camera
Court on camera

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2019

Pictures from the LIV 50-year member event, International Bar Association Annual Conference Victoria Law Foundation presentation and more...

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Flexibility: Lawyers opt for freelance careers
Flexibility: Lawyers opt for freelance careers

 Karin Derkley 01 Nov 2019

New platforms connecting lawyers with short-term placements appeal to those wanting to work outside the usual structures...

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LIV 160th: A regulatory leap forward
LIV 160th: A regulatory leap forward

 Simon Smith 01 Nov 2019

In the final of a four-part series extracted from his history of the LIV published this month, historian Simon Smith looks at how the LIV became the regulator of Victorian solicitors...

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Trust accounting: LIV offers one on one help
Trust accounting: LIV offers one on one help

 Carolyn Ford 01 Nov 2019

Trust Consult and Practice Management Consult are new bespoke services designed to help legal practitioners...

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Conduct: The burden of keeping secrets
Conduct: The burden of keeping secrets

 Carolyn Ford 01 Nov 2019

New research has lessons for lawyers who have to keep many more secrets than the average person...

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Welcome: Judge Karl Blake
Welcome: Judge Karl Blake

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2019

Judge Karl Blake was welcomed to the Federal Circuit Court of Australia on 6 February. Among the speakers was LIV president Stuart Webb. This is an edited version of his speech...

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Opinion: How to stop wage theft
Opinion: How to stop wage theft

 Gabrielle Watson-Munro 01 Nov 2019

Reform is needed to help stamp out systemic exploitation of vulnerable workers...

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Contract of sale of land: Lock, stock and barrel
Contract of sale of land: Lock, stock and barrel

 David P Lloyd, Murray McCutcheon and Robert Bradley 01 Nov 2019

The 2019 LIV/REIV contract of sale of land varies in many important respects from the contract of sale of real estate previously in use...

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Asset confiscation: Crime doesn’t pay
Asset confiscation: Crime doesn’t pay

 Nicole Spicer and Venetia Stewart 01 Nov 2019

Confiscating the assets of criminals is one way that the legal system meritoriously seeks to ensure that “crime doesn’t pay” and provide compensation to victims of crime, but it can also produce some unintended effects...

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Housing associations: Public functions and private bodies
Housing associations: Public functions and private bodies

 Kylie Evans and Nicholas Petrie 01 Nov 2019

When is a registered housing association subject to judicial and charter review?...

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Financial services: 'Efficiently, honestly and fairly'
Financial services: 'Efficiently, honestly and fairly'

 Laurence White 01 Nov 2019

Australian financial services licence holders must ensure they fulfil all requirements efficiently, honestly and fairly. This obligation is subject to significant new sanctions which advisers should be aware of...

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Transfer of Land Act: Caveats and contracts of sale
Transfer of Land Act: Caveats and contracts of sale

 Philip Barton 01 Nov 2019

Under the caveat provisions, cases can turn on whether a contract exists or has been rescinded with twists involving nominees, unsubdivided land and obligations outstanding after settlement. Provision of purchase monies involves further issues...

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High Court judgments
High Court judgments

 Andrew Yuile 01 Nov 2019

Recovery of debts – conflicting limitations periods...

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Federal Court judgments
Federal Court judgments

 Dan Star QC 01 Nov 2019

Construction of disclosure obligation in the Franchising Code – civil penalties...

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