2 Lot Schemes – Duplex managemetn simplified by new regulation

New rules for duplex owners will simplify the day-to-day management of their properties.
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The regulation, which commenced on 28 February 2012, allows decisions regarding the management of a duplex to be made by agreement between the owners of the two lots in the duplex, instead of having to go through a formal […]

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Review of games censorship and classification

In March the Attorney-General tasked the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) with the job of conducting public consultation across the community and industry on the National Classification Scheme.
The review was to take into consideration the rapid pace of technological change, the need to improve classification information available to the community, the effect of […]

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New animal laws introduced

A number of bills have recently been submitted to Queensland Parliament relating to the treatment of animals with the introduction of amendments to create a new offence of serious animal cruelty under the Criminal Code.
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Neighbourhood disputes legislation now in effect

New legislation making it easier for neighbours to resolve their disputes over trees and fences is now in effect.
The new Neighbourhood Disputes Resolution Act now places the onus on the proper care and maintenance of a tree with the tree keeper and provides greater choices for neighbours about trees affecting their property. The Act […]

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Community urged to 'get ready'

cialis onlineQueensland Emergency Services has just launched a $3.8 million public education campaign aiming at ensuring Queenslanders are fully prepared for this year’s wet season.
The campaign was developed in response to interim recommendations from the Queensland Floods Commission of Inquiry and from the Bureau of Meteorology’s prediction of another possible busy storm and cyclone […]

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Holiday Shake up for Queensland

There will be an extra day off for Queensland workers in 2012 following the passage of laws through State Parliament recently. As such, from 2012 the Queen’s Birthday will now be celebrated in October with a special one-off ‘Queen’s Diamond Jubilee holiday’ granted on the June long weekend to allow community and sporting events […]

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