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The latest issue of the Australian Law Journal (Volume 91 Part 2) contains the following material:
CURRENT ISSUES – Editor: Justice François Kunc
- 40th Anniversary of the Federal Court of Australia
- Burqas and Niqabs in the Courtroom
- Youth Detention Issues
- Independent Advisory Council on Redress for Survivors of Institutional Child Sexual Abuse
- Reforming the Use of Prisons in Australia
- Family Law Section: A Changing of the Guard
- ALJ Specialist Sections Generally
CONVEYANCING AND PROPERTY – Editor: Peter Butt
- Does an AirBnB Arrangement Create a Lease?
- A Point of Construction: “In Respect of” Leased Premises
- Leases, Repudiation, and One-upmanship
- No Repudiation by Landlord’s Acts after Tenant’s Abandonment
- Implied Term in Rent Review Clause?
- Leasehold Covenants: A Balancing Act
- Leases and Other Areas of Law
- The Duration of Leases
- A Digression on Judicial Method
FAMILY LAW – Editor: Richard Ingleby
- What is Really Just and Equitable?
AROUND THE NATION: NORTHERN TERRITORY – Editor: The Hon Dean Mildren AM RFD QC
- Current Constitutional and Political Obstacles to a Grant of Statehood for the Northern Territory
CRIME AND EVIDENCE – Editor: Justice Phillip Priest
- The High Court Refuses to Follow UK Supreme Court Lead on Extended Common Purpose
PERSONALIA – Editor: Clare Langford
- Chief Justice Susan Kiefel AC
- Justice James Edelman
- Sentencing Advisory Council
- Appointment of Queen’s Counsel
- Chief Judge of the District Court
- Appointment of Senior Counsel
- Government Solicitor
- Appointment of Senior Counsel
- Justice Joseph McGrath
AROUND THE NATION: WESTERN AUSTRALIA – Editor: Justice Kenneth Martin
- A v Maughan (2016) 50 WAR 263: Corruption and Crime Commission Prosecution Powers
RECENT CASES – Editor: Ruth C A Higgins
- Restrictive Trade Practices:– Price Fixing – Travel Agents Selling International Airline Tickets on Behalf of Airlines – Whether Parties to Proposed Agreement “In Competition”
- Corporations: Statutory Construction – Local Government Act 1993 (NSW), s 218E – Proposals to Alter the Boundaries of or Amalgamate Local Government Areas
- Consumer Law: Unconscionable Conduct – Aggregation of Knowledge of Officers and Employees of Corporation
Values in public law – Chief Justice James Allsop AO
James Spigelman Oration 2015, 27 October 2015, Sydney.
This article examines the growing phenomenon of signing documents electronically through cloud-based platforms, and is in two parts. This Part A describes the process and concludes that documents signed in that way can generally satisfy requirements for signing and writing, not only when electronic transactions legislation is applied, but also under general law. Part B will conclude that documents can be signed in that way under s 127 of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth). It will also conclude that where electronic transactions legislation applies one can have effective electronic deeds. Where they would not be effective, then print-outs can be effective as signed original hard copy counterparts.
- Industrial Relations Reform: Looking to the Future – Essays in Honour of Joe Isaac AO, by Keith Hancock and Russell D Lansbury (eds) – reviewed by Michael J Walton
- George Masterman QC
For the PDF version of the table of contents, click here: ALJ Vol 91 No 2 Contents.
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