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Notice is the legal concept describing a requirement that a party be aware of legal process affecting their rights, obligations or duties. There are several types of notice: public notice (or legal notice), actual notice, constructive notice, and implied notice.

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    ACT Penalty for too short notice

    If an employment contract requires the employee to give 6 months' notice of resigning but does not mention any penalty for giving shorter notice, then what are the sanctions for giving the legal minimum 2 weeks' notice instead of 6 months? Do the penalties depend on whether the employer breached...
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    VIC Notice to Admit Facts was disputed, what next?

    Just sent op an Notice to Admit Facts (directly to op's lawyer, not filed in Federal Circuit Court) and op's lawyer wrote back to me disputing all facts listed in the Notice. I have evidence to prove those facts. What is the next procedure to prove those facts in court? Putting op's response...
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    VIC Notice to Admit Fact in Federal Circuit Court

    Hi, can somebody provide advise on how to issue Notice to Admit Facts please? According to FCC rule 15.31(1) - "A party to a proceeding (the first party) may, by notice in accordance with the approved form, ask another party to admit, for the proceeding, the facts or documents specified in...
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    Can i give notice to a commercial tenant on roll over lease? during covid19

    Hey, i want to give 30 days to my commercial tenant of 4 years. They refused to sign a new lease with a small rent increase so we never managed to agree to a new lease. Now Covid has happened! his lease with 1 year option expired may 2018 As soon as the GOV announced covid measures which sounded...
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    Court Costs (reserved) and Bankruptcy Notice Set-off

    Hi I am researching law on the ability of a person served with a bankruptcy notice trying to use a setoff in an unrelated legal proceeding (same parties). That is a cost order in other proceedings (same parties) but the costs are reserved and the proceeding has not been finalised. John
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    QLD Employee given formal notice due to COVID-19

    Hi all, I work in the office for an essential services company - a Trades business who employ over 50 staff. We all got given our "formal notice" via letter due to the uncertainty with Covid-19 (despite March being a record month in terms of turnover) with the appropriate amount of notice...
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    QLD RACQ moved a debt to an agency without prior notice is this legal

    Since 2015 I been paying a debt to RACQ for an accident I was involved in in 2014. As part of the agreement I am obliged to pay an amount on the date agreed upon, the 18th of each month. At the time I was not living in the home I shared with my ex partner but seeing as our seperation was...
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    Notice to vacate issued within lease terms

    Newbie here. Our family has been issued a notice to vacate within 60 days since early March. Reason: property need to be prepared for selling. Due to schooling and other reasons, we need to react to that quickly and find a place to settle down. We have then landed a new property and...
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    QLD Breach Of Notice - Traffic Monitoring Services (TMS)

    Hi, I have received 3 letters from "Traffic Monitoring Services" (TMS) claiming that we owe a total of $198 for "Outstanding Car Park Breach Notices" totalling $154, with "incurred additional costs" to pursue the outstanding amount totalling $44, hence $198. The car is owned by a business and...
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    VIC Corporate Law third party debt notice

    I have final orders that cannot be enforced due to other parties corporation debt owing to myself. The other party has not disclosed any financials and what has been disclosed on his financials re loans are false There was a previous property that the other party and myself has I was the...