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COUNCILS: Is that MOU really a legally binding agreement in disguise?

Posted by Karyn Wernham on 18 November 2021
COUNCILS: Is that MOU really a legally binding agreement in disguise?
Local governments should beware of accidentally entering into...
Posted in:Local GovernmentCouncilAgreementKaryn Wernham  

When is an area under Council’s control?

Posted by Karyn Wernham on 13 September 2021
When is an area under Council’s control?
Local government area vs local government controlled area: wh...
Posted in:Local GovernmentCouncil LiabilityCouncilKaryn Wernham  

Members of the public raising havoc at public facilities?

Posted by Karyn Wernham on 27 July 2020
Members of the public raising havoc at public facilities?
Prohibiting or restricting access to public facilities via a ...
Posted in:Local GovernmentPublic FacilitiesKaryn Wernham  

Directors have rights too!

May 02 2022
Directors have rights to access company information and to seek independent professional advice Introduction A Councillor who is appointed as a&n...

Understanding the ‘storey’

Apr 11 2022
What rooftop space is excluded from the calculation of building height? In regulating built form, many local government planning schemes rely...

Interpreting development approvals

Feb 24 2022
Take note of the High Court of Australia’s decision in Sunland Group Ltd v Gold Coast City Council1 Relevant highlights and facts Litigatio...
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