Many people have asked “how do I make money online without spending a dime?”, Well I would not classify myself as an expert in this line, but many that I have come across are asking for money, which are generally are scammers and to our extent we lose a lot of money that we cannot… Read More Australia is a Lack Country NOT! Barnett Government your WRONG!
This from another assignment that I had done whilst studying to become an Qualified Legal Secretary Course, I thought I might share with you all, this part of the assignment was about Public Mischief and mistaken identity, my answers are based on Western Australian Law. Part 1 of the assignment started with an Actual case… Read More The Australian Federal System of Government Precedent
This blog has come to me from one of my assignments whilst studying to become a Qualified Legal Secretary I cannot recall what article it was about the question was asking whether I agree with the author that the Legal System has developed to a stage that we have better degree of Democracy today… Read More Do we have a better Democracy today then People who lived in England between the years of 1066-1898?
What is the difference between Proof and Evidence in a court The difference between Proof and Evidence in a court process is that the evidence is a fact in an issue that can be established. The evidence can be presented to the court as an original document, such as “Bringing Evidence”, into a court process.… Read More Difference Between Evidence,Proof, Burden, Standard , Judge & Jury in Court
Where it started in Australia The Virtual Assistant Industry was started in NSW, since then it has expanded to a numerous states around Australia. Overall in Australia there are about average in ACT (0), NSW (50+), NT (3), QLD (30+), SA (8), Tasmania (4), Vic (20+) and WA (14). What is a Virtual Assistant? A virtual… Read More Virtual Assistants Industry
Before we go into the difference between the rules we will explain what they all mean first. Literal Approach Literal Rule is where the judges interpret the legislation that the Parliament has used. “An example of this rule is a Law to Prohibit the Sale of NumChucks, where anyone who sells the items and gives… Read More What are the Difference between Literal, Golden and Mischief rule
Introduction: This Blog is mainly about the Small Claims Tribunals where they resolve disputes between Consumers and traders about sale, Supply or hires of goods and services. These courts deal with the amount in disputes must be less than $6,000. This is heard before a referee who is a legal practitioner. The other court that… Read More Resolution of Conflicts: Courts