If a creditor gets judgment against a debtor, the amount which the court orders the debtor to pay is called the judgment debt and it is immediately payable. If the debtor cannot or does not pay the amount to the creditor straight away the creditor can use the court processes... #enforcingajudgement
Stamp duty is a kind of levy or tax that is imposed in each of the States and Territories on certain kinds of transactions, commonly known as dutiable transactions. Read more: Stamp Duty in Tasmania, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/civil-law/tas/stamp-duty-in-tasmania/
All of the States and Territories of Australia have very similar partnership laws, with three different kinds of partnerships: a normal or general partnership, a limited partnership and an incorporated limited partnership. Read more: Partnerships in Tasmania, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/civil-law/tas/partnerships-in-tasmania/
The law of defamation exists to protect a person’s reputation, while still preserving the right of free speech. In 2006, all of the Australian states enacted defamation laws that are largely similar. Read more: Defamation in Tasmania, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/civil-law/tas/defamation/
In Tasmania, debt recovery claims can be commenced in the Minor Civil Division or Civil Division of the Magistrates Court or in the Supreme Court depending on the amount owed. Read more: Debt Recovery in Tasmania, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/civil-law/tas/debt-recovery/
https://www.gotocourt.com.au/civil-law/tas/residential-tenancies The Residential Tenancy Act 1997 sets out the general obligations of landlords and tenants in Tasmania in relation to such things as rent, repairs, bonds and sub-lets/transfers.
https://www.gotocourt.com.au/criminal-law/tas/stealing “Stealing” occurs when a person, without the owner’s consent, dishonestly takes property with the intent or permanently depriving the owner of that property
Are you aware that under the Annulled Convictions Act 2003, it can be a criminal offence for a person, including a police officer, to disclose convictions of offences you have committed that have become annulled, unless you have given consent.
https://www.gotocourt.com.au/drink-driving/tas/blood-tests A DUI blood sample must be taken within 3 hours of the person driving. A small amount of blood is taken, usually from the arm, and is divided into the three containers in the blood sampling kit. One is given to the police, one to the driver and the third is kept as a control sample and must not be interfered with unless the court orders it.