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Product Defect? Do You Have Any Course Of Action Against The Manufacturer?

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In Australia, consumer law generally protects you if you buy certain products that turn out to have defects. Manufacturers have to comply with these laws in order to make available goods for sale in the first place. If you feel that you have been injured in some way, what recourse do you have? What's the Liability? Manufacturers, whether they make or assemble a product, import them into the country, use their own brand name or promote themselves as the manufacturer must stand behind their products in the marketplace.

16 November 2016

What Can You Do to Make Sure that Property Settlement Goes Smoothly?

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When looking for a new home there can be a lot of work involved before you actually decide on a property that you like. When you're ready to make an offer and move forward, that is when the formal process begins, culminating in a "settlement." What can you do to simplify this as much as possible and ensure that you are covered? Know the Process A property settlement process involves a few different factors.

16 November 2016

The Various Forms of Child Custody

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If you are divorcing your spouse and have young children together, one of the issues you would have to contend with is the custody of the children. Typically, it would be in the best interests of the parents to try to come to a decision that would be agreeable to both parties and also benefit the children. Nevertheless, some divorces can become quite bitter and the former spouses may not be able to come to any agreement in matters regarding the children.

27 October 2016