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‘Spray drift’ or ‘pesticide drift’ is a term used to describe the movement of agricultural chemicals used for the protection of crops from unwanted weeds, pests and diseases through the air to non-target crops, stock and land. Issues regarding spray drift are becoming increasingly common.
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Debt recovery should be simple and straight forward, but it takes experience to achieve a positive result. Our debt recovery solicitors have practiced extensively in this area and have developed specialised skill sets to increase your recoveries - often without the need for drawn out costly litigation.
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A contractual dispute occurs when parties have conflicting interpretations over the terms of a contract and one party seeks specific performance or damages or both from the other party. It is preferable to resolve the dispute without court action wherever possible.
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Have you been left out of a will? Or do you feel that a will doesn’t fairly provide for you? If so, you may have the legal right to contest the will. Strict time limits do apply, so it’s essential to get legal advice as soon as you can.
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Poor succession plans can be a recipe for unnecessary family friction and have the potential to undermine the viability of the family’s farming business. By making no decisions or by promising the world on a handshake, the future of the farming estate that you’ve put your life’s work into may be jeopardised.
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If the police say ‘You’re under arrest’ then you have to go with the police. Stay calm and don’t argue or fight and don’t run away. And always be polite courteous to the police and anyone else that you encounter.
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If you are in the process of ending your marriage and want a divorce it is important to seek legal advice, especially if you have children and joint property. In Queensland and New South Wales, all applications for divorce must be made in the Federal Circuit Court of Australia.
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Estate planning is all about putting arrangements in place to help secure the future of those you love while you are alive and after you pass away. A well-considered and documented estate plan can make the future more certain for your family and loved ones.