The summary judgment test

Part 4.4 of the Civil Procedure Act 2010 sets out the test for summary judgment: a court may give summary judgment if satisfied that a claim, a defence or a counterclaim or part of the claim, defence or counterclaim, has no real prospect of success (s63). With the amendment of order 22 by the Supreme Read More …

Checkout the Lawful Me Website!

What Is LawfulMe?     LawfulMe is part of a suite of “Me” Platforms offered under the Living Free Movement. LawfulMe brings the community together in order to share information, resources and advice on lawful processes, your rights, understanding and initiating contracts and living and operating in the private. By joining LawfulMe you will have Read More …

Sign Petition EN4090 – Stop The Digital Identity Legislation (Trusted Digital Identity Bill).

Petition ReasonThe proposed Digital Identity Legislation is a threat to every Australians privacy and security. We the undersigned vigorously oppose and do not consent to this proposed legislation being passed. We express our overwhelming concern for the following: • Use and sharing of our personal or biometric information to third parties. • The lack of Read More …

Sovereignty in the Australian Federation

    Delivering its judgment in 1920 in the apparently-notorious Engineers’ Case, the High Court made the following statement: “For the proper construction of the Australian Constitution, it is essential to bear in mind two cardinal features of our political system which are interwoven in its texture and … radically distinguish it from the American Constitution…. One Read More …