April 2018 “The Law and You”
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‘The Law and You’ April 2018
See the subjects discussed by John and listen to the shows from April 2018 below:
The Law and You – 3 April 2018
- Process to be followed in administration of an Estate where there is no Will and Letters of Administration have been obtained;
- Rights of a spouse in selling jointly owned property when the other party has gone into a Nursing Home and power is being exercised under an Enduring Power of Attorney;
- Entitlement of Body Corporate to charge fees for distributing mail when there is no postal service available;
- Is an Australian Will valid in Vanuatu?
- Costs involved in Estate Administration in New South Wales;
- What can you do when the Body Corporate fails to act swiftly to rectify a water leak?
- Can a person prevent a claim being made against their Estate if they leave a sum of money to a person on the condition that they don’t make a claim on their Estate?
- How do you get rid of either a trespasser or tenant at will?
The Law and You – 10 April 2018
- How do you go about excluding an estranged child from your Will?
- Do you need legal representation if you are a beneficiary under a Will?
- What to do when your mechanic has an accident in your car whilst in the mechanic’s care;
- Options in dealing with a motor accident where the other driver fails to stop;
- What happens to a joint bank account on the death of one of the joint owners?
- Who is entitled to the ashes of a person following cremation?
- Can you search the Registry of Births, Deaths, and Marriages to see if you have any name changes recorded or any marriages recorded?
The Law and You – 17 April 2018
- Can I add another person to the Title of my property and if so how do I do it?
- Does a Will need to show the addresses and relationship of beneficiaries?
- Dispute over Mortgage payout figure and appropriate way to deal with this;
- What do you do if you get sued by the NBN?
- What happens where neighbours wish to replace a fence that you think is perfectly ok?
- How long should it take to get Probate in New South Wales and what should you do if there is unnecessary delay;
- How do you set up an Enduring Power of Attorney?
- Are Wills from New South Wales valid in Queensland?
The Law and You – 23 April 2018
- Dividing fence problems when enforcement of fencing order may be difficult;
- Dividing fence issues when there is an existing fence and/or the adjoining owner puts up a fence without first getting consent;
- Retirement Living – who is liable for insurance on the interior and exterior of the building?
- How to deal with overhanging branches;
- Would Body Corporate Insurance cover the excess when a car is destroyed by fire in the basement?
- Explanation of how Testamentary Trusts work.
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