The law relating to partnerships in the Northern Territory is less sophisticated than in the other jurisdictions because it provides for only two kinds of partnerships to be formed: general partnerships and incorporated limited partnerships.   Read more: Partnerships in the Northern Territory, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/civil-law/nt/partnerships-in-the-northern-territory/

The law relating to partnerships in the Northern Territory is less sophisticated than in the other jurisdictions because it provides for only two kinds of partnerships to be formed: general partnerships and incorporated limited partnerships.

In its simplest form, a trust exists when one person holds an interest in property on trust for another person.  They are an extremely common legal structure which we interact with in our day to day lives.  Read more: Trustee Duties in the Northern Territory, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/civil-law/nt/trustee-duties-in-the-northern-territory/

The trustee has certain duties that they must perform or refrain from performing. These trustee duties include a number of powers which they may exercise.

All employees and employers in the Northern Territory are covered by the national Fair Work system, which aims to protect workers from harassment and bullying.

All employees and employers in the Northern Territory are covered by the national Fair Work system, which aims to protect workers from harassment and bullying.

Traffic laws in the Northern Territory are governed by the Traffic Act and the Traffic Regulations.

Restricted licences can be issued to drivers who have not met all of the requirements stipulated in the Motor Vehicles Act 1959 for the issue of a full licence.

Commercial leases relating to retail shops in the Northern Territory are subject to the rules in the Business Tenancies (Fair Dealings) Act.

Commercial leases relating to retail shops in the Northern Territory are subject to the rules in the Business Tenancies (Fair Dealings) Act.

All employees and employers in the Northern Territory are covered by the national Fair Work system, which aims to protect workers from harassment and bullying.

All employees and employers in the Northern Territory are covered by the national Fair Work system, which aims to protect workers from harassment and bullying.

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The law relating to partnerships in the Northern Territory is less sophisticated than in the other jurisdictions because it provides for only two kinds of partnerships to be formed: general partnerships and incorporated limited partnerships.

If you think that the NT Police have treated you unfairly, that they have broken the law or their own conduct rules, or they have behaved inappropriately, you can make a complaint about them.  Read more: Reporting Police Misconduct in the NT, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/criminal-law/nt/reporting-police-misconduct/

If you wish to complain about police misconduct in the NT, you can do so by contacting the NT Police Service or the NT Ombudsman.

Stamp duty in the Northern Territory is one of the main kinds of levies or taxes (together with payroll tax and land tax) that is imposed by States and Territories (unlike income tax, which is imposed at the Commonwealth level).  Read more: Stamp Duty in the Northern Territory, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/civil-law/nt/stamp-duty-in-the-northern-territory/

Stamp duty in the Northern Territory is one of the main kinds of levies or taxes (together with payroll tax and land tax) that is imposed.

With the introduction of the uniform defamation laws which began operating on 1 January 2006, subject to some minor differences the law as it relates to defamation is now consistent across Australia.  In the Northern Territory, the law relating to defamation is contained in the Defamation Act 2006.  Read more: Defamation in Northern Territory, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/civil-law/nt/defamation/

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