Haggarty v Wood – Testamentary Contract and Undue Influence
The plaintiff in Haggarty v Wood sought to overturn various Wills executed by the deceased during his lifetime and also sought to overturn transfers of assets made by the deceased during his lifetime (inter vivos transactions). Rebekah Sanfuentes, of McNamara & Associates North Ipswich office, acted on behalf of the defendant to seek that the […]
Commercial Leases in Australia
In general, a Commercial Lease refers to an agreement between a landlord and a tenant to rent a commercial property. This may be for the use of an office, retail space, car park, or industrial premises like a factory, a warehouse or shop for a certain period of time and for an agreed monthly rental […]
What is the Requirement of Common Law Legality in a Contract?
A contract is an agreement, voluntarily entered into by 2 or more parties for the purpose of creating obligations on both parties. Contracts play a part in many areas of life, from multi-million dollar business deals to the purchasing of goods from the local shopping centre. The Elements of a Contract Generally a Contract must […]