My husband died 21 years ago. We held the property as joint proprietors for our life, then it went to tenants in common upon the death of my husband and I have a life tenancy over his share.
I’m just calling regarding denial of access. I have been refused, for myself and my telecommunications technician to check the integrity of a phone line or phone cord, that services landline and internet, and that runs on the side of a brick wall that is situated on a property line.
I’m really ringing up on behalf of my son who bought an inner city property three to four years ago. He’s had plans approved for an extension and in the process, he’s had the land surveyor come out.
I’ve got a consumers’ rights question. We bought a car in 2011 and, just before the warranty expired in June 2014, we noticed that there was something wrong with the condenser.
A few years ago, a mate of mine said we could leave some farm machines on his property as long as we helped him around the farm with what he wanted to do.
When I advertise a property – between 720 and 790 let’s say – they started the auction and nobody is bidding, then the auctioneer says I’m bidding for the vendor, 720.
The Royal Commission is the gift that keeps on giving at the moment and some of the conduct of lawyers – before the Royal Commission into bank and AMP and other financial institutions – is now coming under scrutiny as well.
I had several spinal surgeries and as a result I’m an OxyContin user, legally, and I take a nerve suppressant. I’ve been doing it for ten years.
One passenger and I mistook each other’s check in luggage. So in order for him to reach me to get his luggage back he got all my personal information from the airline: my passport number, my date of birth, even my picture. In order to reach me, he published all the information on the website.