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Local Governments Win Indemnity for Costs of Rates Recovery

The District Court has ruled Local Governments are entitled to be indemnified for their legal costs incurred in rates recovery…

Can I contest a Will in WA?

In Western Australia, the challenging of a Will is regulated by the provisions of the Family Provision Act 1972 (WA)…

Who can lodge a caveat in Western Australia?

A caveat is a formal notice or warning lodged against the title of a property, which stops any person including…

Can I sell a deceased’s estate’s home before probate is granted in WA?

Often one of the biggest assets of a deceased’s estate is their home.  In many cases, there are multiple beneficiaries…

You’ve been appointed executor of a deceased estate, what now?

The role of executor of a deceased estate is an important and in some cases, onerous, duty. The executor “stands…