If you and your neighbour are having a dispute about who has responsibility for the maintenance, repair or replacement of a retaining wall dividing the properties, this article will give you valuable insight into the legal landscape governing retaining walls in Queensland and what your options may be to resolve the dispute.
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Your rights to respond to, or appeal, a Show Cause Notice or an Enforcement Notice issued by a relevant authority under the Building Act 1975 (Qld).
Your local government (or relevant authorities) play an important role in ensuring that any building, structure, or building works, constructed orPosted in Planning and Environment
Your rights to object to, or seek compensation in respect of, the installation of telecommunication infrastructure.
We rely so heavily on electronic communications these days (to conduct our professional, business and personal affairs) that we, as a society, collectively, appear to accept nothing less than absolute perfection on the issue of the speed,Posted in Construction Law