Civil Law articles in Australia

Civil law disputes arise over many issues- here are some general articles you will find very useful, should you ever have a legal situation arise. Our team of solicitors have put together some quick fact sheets :)
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A request for flexible work arrangements may be refused on reasonable business grounds.

Find out more about flexible work arrangements here, or call our Legal Hotline 7 days on 1300 636

If the Fair Work Commission is satisfied that a dismissal was a “genuine redundancy”, it will not be classed as an unfair dismissal.

If the Fair Work Commission is satisfied that a dismissal was a “genuine redundancy”, it will not be classed as an unfair dismissal.

All workplace relations systems in Australia provide for the making of enterprise agreements.

Find out more about Australian enterprise agreements here, or call our Legal Hotline 7 days on 1300 636

A debt is a sum of money owed by a debtor to a creditor, which is legally enforceable.

Debt Recovery in Australia. Find out about debt recovery and your enforcement options here, or call our Legal Hotline 7 days on 1300 636

If the Fair Work Commission is satisfied that a dismissal was a “genuine redundancy”, it will not be classed as an unfair dismissal.

If the Fair Work Commission is satisfied that a dismissal was a “genuine redundancy”, it will not be classed as an unfair dismissal.

An employee may be subject to the terms of an award or modern award, which sets out the minimum conditions of employment including the rates of pay for workers in particular industries or occupations.

Working Under An Award. Find out more here about working under an award, or call our Legal Hotline 7 days on 1300 636

People often think of making a Will when a major event happens in their life, such as marriage, death, the birth of a child, or the purchase of property.

People often think of making a Will when a major event happens in their life, such as marriage, death, the birth of a child, or the purchase of property.

https://www.gotocourt.com.au/civil-law/employee-or-contractor Employees usually have ongoing work, holiday and sick leave, and have income tax deducted

https://www.gotocourt.com.au/civil-law/employee-or-contractor Employees usually have ongoing work, holiday and sick leave, and have income tax deducted

https://www.gotocourt.com.au/civil-law/nt/restraints-of-trade A restraint of trade clause is a clause which may be included in your employment contract to prevent you from doing certain things that compete with your current or former employer, or in a business sale agreement to prevent the seller from starting up a business in competition with the business which is sold.

In the NT, a restraint of trade is a clause in your employment contract to prevent you from competing with your current or former employer.


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