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Federal Magistrate Court judgements (2007)

A resource sheet to assist in case research - includes summaries.

The attached Word document is a resource sheet to aid in identifying relevant cases involving property settlements in the Federal Magistrates Court (FMC) during 2007.

They are listed by date with the most recent first. It is six pages in length.

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Federal Magistrate Court judgements (2007)


What is done for you, let it be done, what you must do, be sure you do it, as the wise person does today that what the fool will do in three days - Buddha
A very impressive piece of research thanks you indeed for your fine contribution here Verdad. I can see a lot of time has gone in to this paper and the cases reflect good case law which can be utilised to review various issues.  :thumbs:

I would like to see a small web page devoted to the key issues around Property Settlement and the sorts of things (based on your in court experience) that could be decided before you get to court. The sorts of things that the judiciary find ridiculous to have to deal with. Such things might include the family cat perhaps.

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Appreciate the comments.

Identifying the key issues is akin to focusing on the documents to be filed next. Once the events are experienced the observations become apparent.

Each of us are on a path that is ours alone, as the issues in dispute arise appropriate areas of focus present themselves.

Amongst the summaries there are flags that might be useful for creating a classifying process.

Searching using the flags could assist is searching Austlii.

After reading many of the judgements in the list, the lack of commonness is what gives each case a life of it's own.

Being involved with the Family Courts is an unwanted adventure, yet adapting to what needs to be responded to one's self is one's work.

The articulation by all who visit this forum of their observations is valuable to myself.

In time I hope to contribute more

What is done for you, let it be done, what you must do, be sure you do it, as the wise person does today that what the fool will do in three days - Buddha
I have been doing similar for my partner - but the judgements are very specific to our case.

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