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Chattels and fixtures are both forms of property, with fixtures being attached to the land. Find out here how chattels and fixtures differ.

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Surrendering a lease is where the tenant gives up their interest in the property. Find out more.
While photoshopping an image may be fun, you should think twice before publishing it. Find out the legal risks here.
Contracts are agreements where both parties must sign the contract for it to be legally binding. Find out in this article which party should sign first.
Find out the key differences between a memorandum of agreement and memorandum of understanding in this article.
Find out how important an originating process is here.
You can voluntarily resign from being a power of attorney, provided certain conditions are met. Read on to find out more.

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Barristers are lawyers, but not all lawyers are barristers. Find out what the difference is between a lawyer and a barrister here.
Tempted to open someone else's mail? Mail tampering is a Federal crime that carries penalties. Find out more in our post.
Filming in public places might seem perfectly legal, but there are circumstances where this could get you into trouble. Find out more here.
As a general rule, signing on someone else's behalf is legal so long as you are authorised to sign for them. Find out more here.
The laws surrounding whether you can sleep in your car vary in each Australian State. Find out the rules for each State here.

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