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Volume 121

February 2017

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In this issue:

- Should Tenants Hate those Lease to Pieces?

- A New App Uberizing Legal Services

- Event: Will Disputes

Paul Brennan



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Should Tenants Hate those Leases to Pieces?

Landlords can be horrible and when you become a landlord you may be horrible too.

 A father told me that his son had started a business as a mechanic and took a lease of a workshop and spent $15,000.00 on a fit out. When it came to the end of the lease, the landlord (his cousin), would not allow the son a further lease so that he could sell the business. If you are entering a commercial lease you must speak to a lawyer. In this example, the lease should have contained an option for the son to renew.

Remember your childrens' problems are usually your problems or at least they end up that way.


A New App Uberizing Legal Services!

The new Law app ("LApp") will enable you to summon the lawyer of your choice who will not only provide legal advice at an agreed hourly rate but also take you to where you want to go at no extra charge. This service transforms the much-maligned billable hour into the essential ingredient of fee transparency...

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The Business Referrals Club presents:

Thy Will be Done: The 10 Commandments of Will Disputes

Thursday, 2 March, 2017 from 6:45am for a 7am start at Headland Golf Club.

In an entertaining and humorous style, using case law and case studies, Paul Brennan will highlight the ten legal things that you need to know to either ensure that your Will will be done correctly, or to prevent someone else's Will being done to your detriment.

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Disclaimer: The content of the Law & Disorder eZine is to give you legal basics and in some instances, included unashamedly to try and make you laugh. In law, it is sometimes difficult to work out what is serious and what is just for fun. Therefore, if you plan to do anything legal, rely on your own lawyer's advice or instruct me to look at the particular facts of your case. Not only will I deny responsibility for the legal content but also for some of the jokes. 
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