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    VIC Are the rules around COVID19 legal? Can the fines and orders be fought in court?

    So, I saw the story about gun stores that were forced to shut down due to new "rules" now saying they are banding together and going to sue the state government 'I can't pay bills': Gun dealers set to sue police over ban on sales ...and it made me think about our individual rights and freedoms...
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    NSW Hit by a rental car. What are our rights when not at fault?

    Last november we were travelling down a main road in Maroubra when we were struck by a vehicle that went straight through a give way sign and into the drivers side of our car. The driver admited they were at fault and we even got a contact witness. Police were called but refused to come. Turns...
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    Confidentiality Agreements. How enforceable are they?

    Hi, My question is: I have been employed by a Police Force years ago and I vaguely remember signing some type of 'confidentiality agreement', similar to signing under 'The Secrets Act' in the Army. I have written a book and am wondering how enforceable this 'agreement' would be. I'm not letting...
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    Roles of Executors and Deteriorating house.

    I am the co executor of an estate with 3 siblings living in the property. They are all beneficiaries. The house is to be kept for 8 years under the will as long as people wish to live there and are responsible for maintenance. The original intent of the statement was need to live there. All...