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This website includes general information about legal issues and updates about the legal system or similar in Australia or the world. This information is not intended to be legal advice nor should it be construed as such regarding any topic discussed.
Such provision of material is for information purposes only and may not be indicative or accurate with respect to the latest developments in legal or similar matters.
We advise that no user of the website should act on or refrain from acting on the basis of any content provided on the website without seeking the appropriate legal or other professional advice from an appropriate lawyer. The Law App expressly disclaims all liability with respect to actions taken or not taken based on any or all of the content displayed at any time on this website.
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This website is not intended to create a lawyer client relationship or fiduciary relationship of any kind. Neither user’s receipt of information from this website, nor user’s use of this website to contact the lawyers that use or are identified on the website creates a lawyer-client or lawyer-prospective client relationship. A lawyer-client or lawyer-prospective client relationship can only be established privately between the lawyer and the client, as negotiated and agreed to between the client and the lawyer and is subject to the professional conduct rules of lawyers practicing in their State or within Australia.
Potential client’s seeking assistance on this website may have the ability to post information that will be made available to appropriate lawyers and may be displayed in areas of the website that are open to public viewing and similar for Lawyers posting work proposals to clients. We recommend that users not use this website to provide confidential information about a legal issue or job.
Use of this website, filling in a form on this website, or sending an unsolicited email to the website or any lawyers that use or are identified on the website does not make you a client or a prospective client of that lawyer. Users posting legal requests or questions on the website may be visible to the public or other users and as such the posted material on the website is not privileged or confidential, and may be reviewed by any lawyer who has an account with the website. Accordingly, you should not include names, contact information, personal passwords or access numbers, information that may implicate you in a crime or expose you to civil or criminal liability, or any other sensitive information in your job posting. The Law App and the lawyers that use or are identified on the website have no duty to maintain the confidentiality of any unsolicited information sent by you and posted on the website until a private lawyer-client relationship is formed between you.
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The Law App and the lawyers that use or are identified on the website may list areas in which they practice. In doing so, no lawyer makes a claim of “expertise,” “specialisation,” or “certification” unless otherwise expressly stated and / or identified by that lawyer.
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The Law App does take reasonable steps independently verify that the lawyers using the website are authorised to practice law in the state or territory of Australia claimed by the lawyer. The Law App independently verifies that all lawyers who create an account hold a current practising certificate in the State or Territory in which they practice. Verification that the lawyer is authorised to practise in the jurisdiction in which you request they do, is not undertaken by The Law App.
The Law App does not verify that the Lawyers who use this website hold the appropriate insurances to practice law, that they are competent legal service providers, or that the information posted to the website or provided to clients by lawyers is accurate. It is the prospective client’s responsibility to make verification of the lawyer’s ability to practice in their matter and jurisdiction and that they hold the appropriate insurances to do so.
The Law App relies on the lawyers to verify that they are licensed and insured to practice law in the States and territories identified, competent legal service providers, and that the information posted to the website or provided to clients is accurate. Before hiring or retaining lawyers, clients should independently verify that the lawyers are licensed and insured to practice law in the States and Territories identified, competent legal service providers, and that the information posted to the website or provided to clients by lawyers is accurate.