“A man without privacy is a man without dignity; the fear that big brother is watching and listening threatens the freedom of the individual no less than prison bars.”
“No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor attacks upon his honour and reputation.”
Welcome to Legal Consolidated Barristers & Solicitors. Because we are law firm, as our client, you gain many additional benefits over non-law firms providing legal documents online:
1. Legal professional privilege – as a law firm certain matters can’t be made available to any person or entity – if you deal with a non-law firm then the courts can direct the non-law firm to hand over that type of information and documents. In Australia, legal professional privilege (also referred to as client legal privilege) is a rule of law protecting communications between lawyers and their clients from disclosure under compulsion of court or statute. Your confidentiality is protected by the attorney-client privilege. The privilege may be waived by the client, but not by us your law firms.
2. Our law firm is responsible for the documents you build on our law firm’s website E.g. Legal Profession Act 2004 (NSW) and the Legal Profession Act 2006 (ACT).
3. We govern ourselves. This is according to the rules and principles of a law firm’s professional conduct. As lawyers, we are bound by rules of ethics. It require us to call upon every means possible. This is to obtain positive results for you our client when building documents on our website.
4. Our duty of care is to the courts and our clients. All privacy legislation is subservient to the higher standards set for lawyers and our ethical duties.
2. Legal Consolidated Barristers & Solicitors is a law firm. We can and do give legal advice. Seek advice if you are unsure about the legal document you need. Telephone and email the law firm as required for legal advice.
3. You may incorrectly interpret or misunderstand a question as you build a legal document on our law firm’s website. And therefore end up with a document that is wrong or will not work. So contact us for legal advice.
4. The legal, commercial and taxation effects of a document varies based on your personal situation. And your circumstances can change over time.
5. Only you know the purpose for which you intend to use a document you build: Our law firm is not responsible for your choice of document. If in doubt, consult with us on a document’s suitability.
6. We cannot warrant that a legal document you decide to build is appropriate or suits your needs.
7. We are a national Australian law firm. We do not practice in and cannot provide legal advice relating to another country. We can, however, refer you to lawyers in other countries.
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(1) These terms (‘Terms of Service’); and
Although Legal Consolidated is not liable for any losses you suffer as a result of any unauthorised use of your Account, you are liable for the losses of Legal Consolidated or others due to any unauthorized use.
You agree not to distribute in any medium any part of the Service or the Content without Legal Consolidated’s prior written authorisation, unless Legal Consolidated makes available the means for such distribution through functionality offered by the Service (such as the Embeddable Document Portal).
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Prohibited commercial uses do not include:
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The Content on the Service, and the trademarks, service marks and logos (‘Marks’) on the Service, are owned by or licensed to Legal Consolidated, subject to copyright and other intellectual property rights under the law.
Content is provided to you ‘as is’. You may access Content for your information and personal use solely as intended through the provided functionality of the Service, and as permitted under these Terms of Service. You must not download any Content other than pursuant to the functionality within the Service for the download of Content.
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(5) You must not represent that the Content or our Service was created by your own resources, or those of a third party.
Legal Consolidated reserves the right to remove Content without prior notice.
If you provide comments or recommendations to Legal Consolidated for our Content, or the Content of other users of the Service, such comments and recommendations may be adopted by us and integrated into the Content and the Service. In consideration of your access to the Service you assign and agree to assign all copyright and other intellectual property in the comments and recommendations to Legal Consolidated for no further consideration or attribution.
Legal Consolidated strongly recommends that before you use any Content, you obtain legal advice on your particular circumstances and the suitability of the Content to meet your particular requirements. All Content is general in nature and may not cover every situation that might arise.
Any use of the Service or Content is at your sole risk.
The Content you order through the Service will, if relevant, be delivered electronically to you on the earlier of when you download them or when you click to have us send them to you by email to the email address you have nominated when setting up your account.
You get a full refund, upon request, provided you agree to not use our legal document.
Legal Consolidated terminates access to the Service at our sole discretion, for any reason, subject to the retainer, if you are a client of the law firm.
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