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  • Law Noob Asked on 13 December 2016 in Employment Law.

    Hi Strahimir

    This is a public forum and MKI Legal may not browse it very often, if at all. Your best bet is to get in touch with him directly through their website: http://www.mkilegal.com.au/ or his LinkedIn account: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stefan-banovich-5a193a40

    Good luck

    This answer was accepted by StrahimirBanovic. on 13 December 2016 - Earned 20 points for answering.

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  • Law Noob Asked on 14 August 2016 in Family and Relationships Law.

    Hi Sonia. Because the photos are innocent and not explicit nor illegally obtained, I don’t think you are able to stop him from publishing the image (s) online if he chooses.

    I think the best solution may be to just tell your current partner the circumstances of the picture in advance so that if it does get published online there will be no problem.

    Also, this somewhat related thread may interest you.

    This answer was accepted by Sonia89. on 13 December 2016 - Earned 20 points for answering.

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  • Law Noob Asked on 8 August 2016 in Employment Law.

    Hi Tezza

    In short, yes you can pursue this in court. Read more here.

    It might be useful to search for similar appeals to yours which are published on the same page.

    This answer was accepted by Tezza. on 13 December 2016 - Earned 20 points for answering.

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  • Hi Bladerunner

    The reality is that any time you get rejected on a credit application is that the lender does not feel you can make the repayments. That’s pretty much the bottom line – so there is your reason.

    MoneySmart is a great website to learn more about why the lender may think this.  Or you could call your lender to ask – for example: if the reason is because  they think you are unemployed when you’re not, an easy solution would be to provide proof of employment.

    Another temporary workaround until you are held in good stead with lending agencies could be to add a guarantor to your card – you would need to talk to the bank about that.

    Good luck!

    This answer was accepted by bladerunner. on 13 December 2016 - Earned 20 points for answering.

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  • Law Noob Asked on 20 June 2016 in Debt and Bankruptcy Law.

    Hi Joannel

    You have done the right thing, telling the creditor is always the best first thing to do. You should check with them to see if there is a guarantor for the loan. If there is, then this person will be responsible for the debt.  If not, you are very unlikely to be responsible for the debt. Your FIL’s estate is responsible. This may mean the repossession and/or sale of the vehicle. It will depend what the vehicle is worth and what the outstanding debt amount is. This is where an executor/administrator usually comes in. 

    In the absence of a guarantor, and the car being worth less than the debt, the creditor will have to bear the loss.

    I am not a lawyer, but that is my understanding. You should give the Public Trustee a call in your State. They can help you further if you need it.

    Good luck!

    This answer was accepted by JoanneI. on 20 June 2016 - Earned 20 points for answering.

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