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To caveat or not to caveat

A caveat is a way that a party can give notice of their interest in a property on the certificate of title. In South Australia there are two types of caveats, property and...

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I am owed money, what do I do?

This blog explains what to do when you are owed money, and debt recovery in general in the Magistrates Court.

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Am I eligible to receive payments from my superannuation policy if I suffer a temporary injury or illness?

Many people will experience some illness or injury throughout their working life which will render them incapable of undertaking their usual duties for a period of time.

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How do I verify my identity for Probate and Land Dealings?

It has always been a requirement in South Australia to be appropriately identified in accordance with strict requirements before transferring land into or out of your name.

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Can I be sacked by text message or email?

Many employers use text messaging or messaging apps to communicate with their staff about rosters and to make various announcements. Consistent with this, some employers have...

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Does my superannuation policy have life insurance?

For the second blog of our superannuation series we discuss insurance benefits in superannuation policies. One common insurance is a form of life insurance, also called ‘death...

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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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What is superannuation?

With the aging of Australia's population, more and more Australians are looking forward to their retirement, with travel, relaxation and spending more time doing the things they...

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Compensation for asbestos related diseases

The extensive use of asbestos in Australia throughout the 1950s to 1980s has sadly it has resulted in asbestos related diseases. This blog explains these diseases, how you can...

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