The need for three-dimensional definitions
October 15, 2019
P&E Court Practice: The end of the scatter gun/the return of the town planner
Self -Managed Superannuation Funds are a popular wealth creation and retirement planning vehicle. Unfortunately, many super fund members do not fully...
Don't bite the hand that feeds you!
September 6, 2019
QELA Annual conference 2019 - Code assessment under the Planning Act
August 12, 2019
Property considerations for rooftop solar for lessees
May 7, 2019
The curse of the self-represented defendant part 1 - time to sack my lawyers
December 2, 2018
LITIGATE vs EXPEDIATE: My dog ate my postman (and other popular excuses)
October 29, 2018
Self-managed superannuation and the binding death benefit nomination - get it right or risk unintended outcomes
October 24, 2018
New cladding law for private building owners
October 23, 2018
Presenting at the QELA Intensive
October 18, 2017
October 15, 2018
What’s the first thing some lawyers do when they receive a Statement of Claim? They ask for particulars. Even if they are already aware of the answers they purportedly seek.
Often, you’ll get a few bona fide requests nestled in amongst several dozen unnecessary, convoluted and objectionable requests.
If you don’t answer them, the Defendant might apply to the Court, which serves to delay the process even further.
EXPEDIATE does not allow parties to make requests for particulars in respect of claims under $100,000. For other claims, only the Arbitrator may seek particulars.
EXPEDIATE - there is a better way
requests for particulars
10,000 hours Business Forum
Brisbane City Council
Coastal Hazard Adaptation Strategy
Department of State Development
Duties Act 2001
Farm Business Debt