The 2nd Witness that’s important in your processes

Whilst I was in court the other day helping a friend with a domestic violence order, the magistrate asked my friends lawyer if the other party had been served the paperwork. The lawyer answered yes, and the magistrate asked where the affidavit of service was as it didn’t seem to be in the file. I…

The Application, Registration and Certificate Process

A very short introduction into the Application–> Registration –> Certificate process as it comes up a lot. Property that is submitted through the Application–> Registration –> Certificate process undergoes a fundamental change in who/what has control over that property. The motor vehicle is a good example. The registration of the vehicle by the owner means…

The silver bullet to dismiss a court case

As the title implies…is there such a thing as a silver bullet in a court case? The answer is Yes. However, it’s not what many think and it eludes the best researchers, some stumble across it without knowing it, many actually execute it without knowing it. What is this elusive “silver bullet”? You can have…

Why you should ask for Forgiveness.

Here’s something you won’t see everyday, how many would send a letter to an opposite party asking for forgiveness? Probably not many I suspect. Watch the movies? You’ll regularly hear prosecutors in court say “Forgive Me your honour”. What could the judge say in reply? Perhaps: “get on with it then”, “we don’t have all…