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Changes to SA Liquor Licensing Laws

The Licensing Authority is currently in the process of implementing the third and final stage of reforms under the Liquor Licensing (Liquor Review) Amendment Act 2017.  These are the most significant changes to SA’s liquor licensing laws in over 20 years. 

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Recent Family Law Case Involving Control of a Unit Trust

A recent family law which will be of interest to many people who have Family Trusts or Unit Trust is worth noting.

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Clelands Lawyers Adelaide Welcomes Settify

Clelands Lawyers Adelaide are now working with Settify to make the collection of information for Family matters easier and more cost effective for our clients.

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2019 Biggest Morning Tea

The team from Clelands Lawyers Adelaide enjoyed supporting the Cancer Council by participating in Australia's Biggest Morning Tea.

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WLSSA Open Office Event 2019

On Wednesday 15 May 2019, Clelands Lawyers Adelaide solicitors, Shelley O’Connell and Shannon McMenamin attended the Women’s Legal Service SA (WLSSA) Open Office Event for National Law Week.

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Finger Printing Employees at Work – Can it be made Mandatory?

In a recent decision of the Fair Work Commission, it was found that the dismissal of an employee for failing to comply with a direction that he submit his finger prints to be used in scanners to sign on and off for work at the site was unlawful.  The employee...

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Biggest Morning Tea

Clelands Lawyers Adelaide is again supporting the Cancer Council by participating in Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea.

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Self Managed Super Funds - The Basics

A Self Managed Super Fund (“SMSF”) can have no more than four members at any one time. 

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Holding over at the end of a lease

Pastina Pty Ltd v Hosanna Excelsis One Universal Inc – Holding Over Periods and the Retail & Commercial Leases Act 1995

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Class of 1964 Reunion Dinner

Clelands Lawyers Adelaide senior lawyer Leon McEvoy recently attended a 55 year reunion dinner held at the Hilton Hotel for the 1964 Law School Class of the Adelaide Law School. 

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The Complex Duties of an Estate Executor or Administrator

The duties of an Executor or Administrator of an estate can be complex.

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Can statements made in negotiations ever be admissible?

As a general rule, and pursuant to s131 of the Evidence Act 1995 (Cth), statements made in the course of negotiating the settlement of a dispute are deemed to be privileged or confidential, and therefore not admissible as evidence if the negotiations fail and the matter comes before the Court.

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