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  • If you have been arrested and charged with a criminal offence by the Victoria Police, you will either be: For serious offences, held in remand until your bail application hearing; or For less serious offences, released on bail immediately but you will be served with......

  • Debt recovery is the process of recovering an amount of money which is owned by other people, entity and person who is legally obliged to pay to any other person. The payment will be in the return for any kind of service or good. There......

  • A Power of Attorney is a formal document which gives authority to another person to make financial, legal, personal or medical decisions on your behalf. The person you appoint is referred to as your ‘attorney’.  The power given to your attorney can be limited to......

  • The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (also known as “VCAT”) provides legally binding dispute resolution but aims to be more accessible, affordable and efficient than the traditional courts. It is divided into 3 divisions: the Human Rights division, the Administrative division and the Civil division.......

  • A Testator is the name given to a person who makes a Will.  In Australia a Will can be made by any conscious/mentally stable person over the age of 18. If you are under 18 but married, you can also make a Will. There are......

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