Go To Court Lawyers Blacktown

Go To Court Lawyers Blacktown

Nationwide strong, affordable representation in all matters relating to criminal and civil law, family matters, immigration, and traffic law

Go To Court Lawyers offer expert and affordable legal advice and strong representation in all matters relating to criminal and civil law, family matters, immigration, and traffic law including drink driving. With over 350 offices across Australia, we guarantee availability in all Australian courts, at simple, upfront rates with no hidden costs. Our lawyers are selected based on their track record and expertise. With Go To Court Lawyers, you can get a good lawyer – fast

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07/12/2016

We are hiring! Look through the list of positions on our site https://www.gotocourt.com.au/careers/

[12/07/16]   In the High Court of Australia wigs were discarded by the Justices and robes modified in 1987.

06/12/2016

When can police conduct a search on you?
In Australia, police can only search your property or your person under certain circumstances. These circumstances include when police have a search warrant or if they have the legal right to conduct a personal search.

https://www.gotocourt.com.au/criminal-law/police-searches/
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03/12/2016

The Residential Tenancies Act 2010 places rights and obligations on both landlords and tenants in respect of residential tenancies in #NSW (for example, a tenant's obligation to pay rent and a landlord's obligation to keep the premises in good repair).

Read more: Residential Tenancies in NSW | Civil Lawyers NSW, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/civil-law/nsw/residential-tenancies/

#rental #landlord #tenant

25/11/2016

Breach of Bail in New South Wales

When you are granted bail you have to sign an acknowledgment of the bail and its conditions before you will be released. By signing this you are agreeing to comply with all of the bail conditions. If you don't, it is called a breach of bail. You can breach a bail in two ways, either by breaching a condition of your bail or by failing to appear in accordance with your bail undertaking. A failure to comply with a bail condition is not an offence but it can lead to the bail being reconsidered by the court. Failing to appear in accordance with a bail acknowledgment is a criminal offence. In New South Wales the law on Bail is contained in the Bail Act.

Read more: Breach of Bail in New South Wales, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/criminal-law/nsw/breach-of-bail/

20/11/2016

An AVO in New South Wales is called an Apprehended Domestic Violence Order (ADVO) if you and the person against whom you are seeking the order have been or are in a domestic relationship.

This means:
* being married or in a de facto relationship
* living at the same premises (including in a residential care facility)
* being in an intimate relationship
* being related (including as kin or extended family if you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person).

Otherwise, the AVO is called an Apprehended Personal Violence Order (APVO). In an APVO the court will order you and the defendant to go to mediation unless there is good reason not to.

Read more: Applying for an AVO in New South Wales, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/criminal-law/nsw/avo/

18/11/2016

An AVO is usually made by a court, but in some instances the police can make an order. These orders are made with conditions designed to protect you from future abuse.

Read more: Apprehended Violence Orders (AVO), Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/criminal-law/avo/

[11/17/16]   In the High Court of Australia wigs were discarded by the Justices and robes modified in 1987.

17/11/2016

Dangerous Driving Laws in Western Australia I Go to Court Lawyers

In Western Australia, the terms "dangerous", "reckless" and "careless" driving are sometimes used interchangeably and it can be difficult to work out the difference between the three terms and the penalties for the different offences. Watch the video to know more about the Dangerous driving laws in Western Australia... http://dld.bz/eE59H

- ‪#‎drivesafe‬ ‪#‎dangerousdrivingwesternaustralia‬ ‪#‎trafficlaw‬ ‪#‎gotcourtlawyers‬

LEGAL HOTLINE: 1300 636 846, 7am to Midnight, 7 days Get a Good Lawyer. Fast. https://www.gotocourt.com.au/traffic-law/wa/dangerous-driving/

09/11/2016

Drug Offences in #NSW could come under either the Federal criminal code act or the State drug and #trafficking act.

Maximum penalties depend on the type and quantity of the #drug, whether the charge is a summary offence or a more serious indictable offence, and whether the charge is dealt with in the Local or District Court.

Read more: Drug Offences in NSW, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/criminal-law/nsw/drug-offences/

#auslaw #lawyer #law

09/11/2016

Writing a Character Reference for Court

[Video] How do I write a Character Reference for Court?
https://youtu.be/bE3NQ4n74Xs

LEGAL HOTLINE: 1300 636 846, 7am to Midnight, 7 days Get a Good Lawyer. Fast. https://www.gotocourt.com.au/ How do I write a Character Reference for Court? W...

08/11/2016

Bail is the authority to be at liberty for an offence or an alleged offence.
https://www.gotocourt.com.au/criminal-law/nsw/bail/

[11/07/16]   In the High Court of Australia wigs were discarded by the Justices and robes modified in 1987.

07/11/2016

The #Family Law Act 1975 (Cth) was amended in 1995 to specifically include the term 'best interests' in relation to #children. The principles that underlay that change are set out in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

The child's best interests are both long-term concerns and short-term concerns and they include the consideration of the child's physical and emotional well being and their health, financial, educational, moral, cultural and religious interests.

https://www.gotocourt.com.au/family-law/best-interests-of-the-child/

06/11/2016

Tenant rights and obligations in respect of the payment of #bond are generally quite straightforward. Prior to moving into the property the tenant will most likely have to pay to the landlord a bond deposit to be held until the tenancy has ended. The maximum amount of bond the landlord can charge is 4 weeks rent.

The landlord must lodge the bond with Fair Trading #NSW. Once it has been lodged, you will receive a lodgment notice confirming they have received the bond. If you do not receive a lodgment notice, you can contact Fair Trading NSW to confirm they received your bond from the landlord.

Read more: Tenant Rights and Obligations in NSW, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/civil-law/nsw/tenant-rights-obligations/

02/11/2016

Did you know? If an #insolvent debtor dies leaving insufficient assets to pay their debts, any creditor or creditors who are owed $5,000 or more, or the person who is administering the estate of a deceased person, may seek an order for the administration of the estate in bankruptcy.

The estate is made bankrupt in the same way as a living debtor is made bankrupt and the requirements are similar to those that apply in relation to creditors' petitions against debtors that are alive. A major difference is that there is no need for an act of bankruptcy by either the deceased debtor or the legal personal representative of the deceased debtor.

Read more: Bankrupt Deceased Estates in New South Wales | Civil Lawyers NSW, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/civil-law/nsw/bankrupt-deceased-estates/

30/10/2016

Drug Offences in #NSW could come under either the Federal criminal code act or the State drug and #trafficking act.

Maximum penalties depend on the type and quantity of the #drug, whether the charge is a summary offence or a more serious indictable offence, and whether the charge is dealt with in the Local or District Court.

Read more: Drug Offences in NSW, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/criminal-law/nsw/drug-offences/

#auslaw #lawyer #law

27/10/2016

Tips on how to behave in and for the courtroom in Australia

There are rules of court etiquette in Australia, which are important to understand before you arrive so you know how to conduct yourself properly. Watch this video to know more. http://dld.bz/eE597

‪#‎goingtocourt‬ ‪#‎courtetiquette‬ ‪#‎courtetiquetteinaustralia‬

LEGAL HOTLINE: 1300 636 846, 7am to Midnight, 7 days Get a Good Lawyer. Fast. http://gotocourt.com.au Court Etiquette in Australia Going to court can be daun...

27/10/2016

Victorian road rules for mobile phones and visual display units (including GPS)

VIC road rules on proper use of in-car mobile technology, watch the video to know more: http://dld.bz/eE58W

LEGAL HOTLINE: 1300 636 846, 7am to Midnight, 7 days Get a Good Lawyer. Fast. http://gotocourt.com.au In Victoria, under the Road Safety Act 1986, Road Safet...

26/10/2016

Crimes have what is known as essential elements and these elements must each be proved by the prosecution for a person to be found guilty of the offence. If a defence removes one of these elements it will prevent the prosecution from proving their case beyond a reasonable doubt.

The defences all have their roots in the common law and some are now set out in legislation. Some offences have specific defences that apply to them as set out in the Crimes Act 1900, such as the defence of lawful correction to a charge of assaulting a child.

Read more: Defences to Criminal Charges in New South Wales, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/criminal-law/nsw/defences-to-criminal-charges-nsw/

25/10/2016

#Police can conduct Personal Searches in #NewSouthWales before and/or after arrest. Before searching you, a police officer must show you proof that they are a police officer and tell you their name, police station, the reason for the search and that failing to comply is an offence.

Read more: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/criminal-law/nsw/personal-searches/

#auslaw #legal #lawyer

25/10/2016

Registration of design rights in #Australia is a means by which designers might protect their #IP.
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25/10/2016

Breach of Bail in New South Wales

When you are granted bail you have to sign an acknowledgment of the bail and its conditions before you will be released. By signing this you are agreeing to comply with all of the bail conditions. If you don't, it is called a breach of bail. You can breach a bail in two ways, either by breaching a condition of your bail or by failing to appear in accordance with your bail undertaking. A failure to comply with a bail condition is not an offence but it can lead to the bail being reconsidered by the court. Failing to appear in accordance with a bail acknowledgment is a criminal offence. In New South Wales the law on Bail is contained in the Bail Act.

Read more: Breach of Bail in New South Wales, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/criminal-law/nsw/breach-of-bail/

23/10/2016

Challenging a Will in #NSW -- can be done on a number of grounds, including that the will-maker lacked testamentary capacity to prepare the will, or the will did not represent the will-maker's intentions for a variety of reasons, including fraud, forgery or undue influence.

Alternatively, you may be challenging a will in New South Wales on the basis that you have been left with inadequate provision from an estate, and may therefore bring proceedings to seek a family provision order under the Succession Act 2006 (NSW).

If a will is set aside and another will does not exist or is not ordered by the court to be prepared, then the will-maker is treated as 'intestate' and their assets will be distributed in accordance with a statutory formula in the Succession Act 2006.

Read more: Challenging a Will in New South Wales | Civil Lawyers NSW, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/civil-law/nsw/challenging-wills/

22/10/2016

Tips on how to behave in and for the courtroom in Australia

There are rules of court etiquette in Australia, which are important to understand before you arrive so you know how to conduct yourself properly. Watch this video to know more. http://dld.bz/eE597

‪#‎goingtocourt‬ ‪#‎courtetiquette‬ ‪#‎courtetiquetteinaustralia‬

LEGAL HOTLINE: 1300 636 846, 7am to Midnight, 7 days Get a Good Lawyer. Fast. http://gotocourt.com.au Court Etiquette in Australia Going to court can be daun...

22/10/2016

Good behaviour bonds in #NewSouthWales are generally governed by the Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999.

A good behaviour bond is an order from a magistrate that a person be of 'good behaviour' for a specified amount of time, with or without other conditions. The bonds allow an offender to be released into the community rather than serve time in jail. The conditions of the bond must be accepted by the defendant, who signs the bond as a promise to comply with it.

For some offences, a fine can be imposed in addition to the bond for a single offence. However, a community service order cannot be imposed with a bond for the same offence. The conditions of a bond must be very clear and they must not be unreasonable or unnecessarily hard to comply with.

Read more: Good Behaviour Bonds in New South Wales, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/criminal-law/nsw/good-behaviour-bonds/

21/10/2016

Crimes have what is known as essential elements and these elements must each be proved by the prosecution for a person to be found guilty of the offence. If a defence removes one of these elements it will prevent the prosecution from proving their case beyond a reasonable doubt.

The defences all have their roots in the common law and some are now set out in legislation. Some offences have specific defences that apply to them as set out in the Crimes Act 1900, such as the defence of lawful correction to a charge of assaulting a child.

Read more: Defences to Criminal Charges in New South Wales, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/criminal-law/nsw/defences-to-criminal-charges-nsw/

20/10/2016

The "creepy clown" craze has spread to Australia and two women have been arrested in the United States. In what can only be described as a terrifying prank, people are dressing up in clown outfits and engaging in antisocial behavior.

Read more: Terrifying Clown "Purge" Likely to Lead to Arrests, Link: http://dld.bz/faCjW

20/10/2016

If the police have requested a blood sample from you because you were unable to provide a breath sample or refused to provide it then the maximum penalty in New South Wales is a fine of $3,3000.00 in the case of a first offence or a fine of $5,500.00 or 18 months in prison or both if it is a second or a subsequent offence.

You will also be disqualified from driving for a minimum period of 6 months for a first offence and a minimum period of 12 months for a second or subsequent offence.

Read more: Refusing a Blood Test in New South Wales, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/drink-driving/nsw/refusing-blood-test/

#auslaw #legal #nsw

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Recalls

A list of product #safety recalls is maintained on the ACCC website. It covers a wide range of categories.
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16/09/2016

Stamp Duty in #NewSouthWales

Stamp duty is a kind of levy which operates similar to a tax. Stamp duty in New South Wales is administered by the #NSW Office of State Revenue. Stamp duty is imposed on 'dutiable transactions'. Some common examples of dutiable transactions include transfers of shares or units, and transfers of 'dutiable property' such as land.

However, there are also a number of concessions and exemptions from stamp duty, the most relevant to individuals being the first home buyers' scheme.

The rules for how stamp duty is imposed and how much duty is payable are contained in the Duties Act 1997. The NSW Office of State Revenue provides some guidance on how stamp duty is imposed and how concessions and exemptions are applied in a number of revenue rulings.

Read more: Stamp Duty in New South Wales | Civil Lawyers NSW, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/civil-law/nsw/stamp-duty/

08/09/2016

Breach of Bail in New South Wales

When you are granted bail you have to sign an acknowledgment of the bail and its conditions before you will be released. By signing this you are agreeing to comply with all of the bail conditions. If you don't, it is called a breach of bail. You can breach a bail in two ways, either by breaching a condition of your bail or by failing to appear in accordance with your bail undertaking. A failure to comply with a bail condition is not an offence but it can lead to the bail being reconsidered by the court. Failing to appear in accordance with a bail acknowledgment is a criminal offence. In New South Wales the law on Bail is contained in the Bail Act.

Read more: Breach of Bail in New South Wales, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/criminal-law/nsw/breach-of-bail/

06/09/2016

Writing a Character Reference for Court

[Video] How do I write a Character Reference for Court?
https://youtu.be/bE3NQ4n74Xs

LEGAL HOTLINE: 1300 636 846, 7am to Midnight, 7 days Get a Good Lawyer. Fast. https://www.gotocourt.com.au/ How do I write a Character Reference for Court? W...

05/09/2016

An AVO in New South Wales is called an Apprehended Domestic Violence Order (ADVO) if you and the person against whom you are seeking the order have been or are in a domestic relationship.

This means:
* being married or in a de facto relationship
* living at the same premises (including in a residential care facility)
* being in an intimate relationship
* being related (including as kin or extended family if you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person).

Otherwise, the AVO is called an Apprehended Personal Violence Order (APVO). In an APVO the court will order you and the defendant to go to mediation unless there is good reason not to.

Read more: Applying for an AVO in New South Wales, Link: https://www.gotocourt.com.au/criminal-law/nsw/avo/

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