Husband and I have spent the last few days attempting to find an attorney to represent us in the upcoming hearing. We have been advised that everyone is “lawyering up” preparing for the final “showdown”. 585 more words
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When people say their proudest achievement is their children I never understand it. Since having one myself I think children are their own people from Day One and I can’t claim responsibility for the quirky, smart, engaging, independent, loving child she is. 609 more words
Negligence | Causation | Duty of care | Injury reasonably foreseeable | Successive negligent acts by different persons | Apportionment of liability
March v Stramare (E & MH) Pty Ltd HCA 12; (1991) 171 CLR 506; (1991) 9 BCL 215 (24 April 1991).
Negligence – Causation – Duty of care – Injury reasonably foreseeable – Successive negligent acts by different persons – Whether first negligent actor exonerated by intervening negligent act – Apportionment of liability – Wrongs Act 1936 (S.A.), s. 79 more words
Courtesy of Sarah Symon, Director of Real Sure – The House Inspectors. Visit their website at www.realsure.co.nz
Buying a property can be both exhilarating and frightening at the same time, yet it’s a time you need to be attentive to the small print – in the Sale and Purchase agreement. 511 more words