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Qld Councils: Are your policies up-to-date?

Posted by Sonia Smith on 1 March 2021
Qld Councils: Are your policies up-to-date?
A code of conduct for councillors and a new procedure for s...
Posted in:Local GovernmentCouncilPolicyCode of Conduct  

Changes to the process of selling land for overdue rates and charges recently introduced

Posted by Clare Heitkonig on 1 December 2020
Changes to the process of selling land for overdue rates and charges recently introduced
Local governments who wish to sell land for overdue rates a...
Posted in:Local GovernmentRatingChargesRates RecoveryCouncil  

Motorbikes on reserve tenure land

Posted by James Neilson on 19 November 2020
Motorbikes on reserve tenure land
How may a Council prevent individuals from undertaking anti...
Posted in:Local GovernmentkingandcompanyCouncilSummary Offences Act  
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COUNCILS: Is that MOU really a legally binding agreement in disguise?

Nov 18 2021
Local governments should beware of accidentally entering into a legally binding agreement instead of an intended memorandum of understanding MOU o...

Commission clarifies what is unreasonable action by Councils in staff disciplinary matter

Nov 03 2021
The QIRC has clarified when disciplinary processes will not be “reasonable management action taken in a reasonable way” thereby exposin...

Planning Law changes provide extra time to act on development approvals and impose additional requirements for planning and development certificates

Oct 19 2021
Developers have an extra six months to act on certain development approvals and compliance permits.  Local governments must ensure that planni...
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