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Text and email like it will be read in court someday

Mobile technology means we have the freedom to text and email anyone, anytime, anywhere – it helps us get the job done, it helps us stay connected… it may also help a court or tribunal decide on the outcome of a dispute.

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Who can certify or witness?

Certified Copies, Statutory Declarations and Affidavits: What's the difference and what types of persons are authorised to certify or witness them?

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Dual Nationals - Who's got you covered?

If you are a Dual National, there may be implications for you if you are planning on travelling to the country of your second nationality under the University’s travel insurance policy.

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Should I make a note of that?

The next time you participate in negotiation or decision-making or even a conversation, be sure to make a record of it. It could protect both you and the University.

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Can I put that photo on a University website?

When including photos on University websites, social media pages or publications, be mindful of privacy and copyright implications.

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Time's Up! Quarantine's tenure ends as Biosecurity takes control

After more than 100 years of service, Australia’s Quarantine Act 1908 has been replaced by the Biosecurity Act 2015.

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'Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner!' - the Law on incentive prize draws

Are you looking to entice more people to participate in your survey, research study, event or new initiative by offering them a chance to win a prize?

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One student visa to rule them all

New Regulations simplify student visas and clarify the University’s reporting obligations.

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Wheeling and False Dealing - new penalties

Changing or falsifying financial records to conceal a bribe is now subject to significant penalties under the Australian Criminal Code.

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