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commerical landlord hardship fund victoria application
New Release Eligible small commercial landlords can apply for a grant of up to $6.000 per eligible tenant. For landlords who are experiencing acute hardship because of the rent waiver agreed with their tenant(s), the grant may be increased to a maximum of $10,000 per eligible tenancy.   The link to apply can be found...
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Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal  VCAT  Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal In Australia, very strict procedures must be followed in court proceedings. The parties generally need to hire lawyers to prepare documents that meet the court requirements, assist in gathering evidence, and represent them in the court. The entire court process is often time-consuming and...
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Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) can review decisions made by Australian government departments and other agencies. The AAT is independent of any parties involved in the proceedings or the government agency who makes the original decision. The Tribunal’s review process is not as formal as a court setting. It is much...
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Can employers stand down employees during a lockdown? The recent Covid-19 outbreak in Melbourne has placed Victoria back into lockdown again. Similar to the previous lockdowns, employees who can work from home must work from home. However, what about employees who cannot work from home? Can employers stand their employees down during lockdown? This week...
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Chowbus forced to quit the Australian market as its trade mark had been taken —— How to claim your rights in trademark disputes The news in March this year relating to Chowbus quitting the Australia grabbed the public’s attention. The reason for the exit was because Chowbus’s trade mark had been taken by another company....
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When your child encounters bullying or discrimination at school, what can you do as a parent to protect your children’s rights? Racial discrimination and bullying in schools have always been serious issues globally, especially in western countries. There is a large amount of evidence showing that school bullying will have a serious negative impact on...
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fumens lawyer melbourne - rental laws in victoria
Without much notice, amendments to Victoria’s Residential Tenancies Act have come into force on 29 March 2021, bringing new changes to clarify the rights and obligations of tenants and landlords. In this article, we will set out some of the major changes that have been introduced to Victoria’s rental laws for you to consider when...
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fumens lawyer melbourne - government’s acquisition
We understand that some residents in the southeast area of Melbourne have recently received a letter from the government about the railway infrastructure project of the Victoria government. Commencing in 2022, a metro loop will be built through the suburbs of Melbourne. The first phase of construction includes sites in Box Hill, Burwood, Glen Waverley,...
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fumens lawyer melbourne - social media
Can social media posts and chat messages be used as evidence in Court? Messaging and social media applications such as Facebook and WeChat have become an indispensable part of our life, from daily conversations to business negotiations, people can discuss almost anything on them. So can chat records be used as evidence in court? Today...
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