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How do legal costs work?

Here at Andersons Solicitors, we spend time explaining to our clients how legal fees work in litigation. The topic of fees seems to be a bit of a mystery and this blog is aimed at...

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Minor Civil Claims

Minor Civil Claims that are heard in the Magistrates Court require parties to be self-represented. However, this doesn't mean you should not seek legal advice surrounding these...

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Problems with solar panels

Many people are switching to solar power as a desirable and environmentally conscious way of reducing your power bills. However, solar panel installation is a largely unregulated...

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How to avoid a 'puppy scam'

Puppy scams are becoming more and more prevalent in South Australia. This blog explains tips and tricks to avoid falling victim to a puppy scam.

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What is the difference between a Justice of the Peace and a Notary Public?

Most Australians will at some point require the services of a Justice of the Peace or a Notary Public. People often wonder what the difference is between the two.

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New Dog and Cat Laws from 1 July 2018

The Dog and Cat Management (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill 2015 (SA) was introduced into Parliament by the Hon. Ian Hunter, Minister for Sustainability, Environment and...

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The call to implement bullying laws in South Australia

The call to implement bullying laws in South Australia

The tragic suicide death of 14 year old Amy “Dolly” Everett earlier this year following relentless bullying has reignited calls for the implementation of bullying laws across...

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Social Media & Defeamation

Social media and defamation law – be very careful what you post online

Using social media platforms to share your experiences or try and ‘get back’ at someone can lead to protracted and very costly defamation litigation

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Australian Commonwealth FOI application rejected

Your Australian Commonwealth Government Freedom of Information request has been rejected

If your Commonwealth Government Freedom of Information (“FOI”) request is refused you can apply for a review of the decision. If you are not given the reasons for the refusal, in...

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