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Most controversial laws in Australia

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We all have a set of laws to follow in every country, and Australia also has laws for its people. But among those, some of them are quite controversial and strange to follow. We have gathered a set of such controversial laws which you should know about.

You are not allowed to reward for the return of stolen property:

In the southern part of Australia, you are not allowed to give any rewards to people if they happen to return stolen property. In the summary offences act 1953 the person who gives any reward to people who returns stolen property will be charged a severe penalty.

Size of your fridge plays a great deal in Australia:

In Australia, you are not allowed to have a refrigerator bigger than 42.5 litres. There are two exceptions to this law. The first one is that you can have a fridge which is bigger than 42.5 litres if the refrigerator was imported to Australia before 1962. The second exception is that if you can open the doors from the inside, you are allowed to have a fridge bigger than 42.5 litres.

Vacuuming at night? Think again:

Australia is very particular about residential noise pollution, and thus you cannot vacuum in the night between 7 pm to 10 pm on the weekdays and from 10 pm to 9 am on the weekends and public holidays.

You might want to check twice before leaving your car:

It is illegal in Australia to leave your car keys inside your vehicle and leave it unattended. Under the road safety rules, it is unlawful to leave your motorcycle unattended. You will be charged a fine of $150 if you leave your vehicle unattended.

It is not legal to walk on the right side of the footpath:


In Australia, you need to drive on the left and also walk on the left side. If you use the right side of the path, you will be fined.

Travelling on a horse in New South Wales, we have good news for you:

If you happen to travel by horse anywhere in New South Wales and stop at a bar, the bar is supposed to provide water, food and give it a place to rest while you are at the bar.

You can’t sing a rude song in public:

Ever planned to sing a rude song in public at Adelaide and Melbourne? You might want to reconsider. It is illegal to sing any songs in the public which might be considered rude.

Planning to drive around with your dog? You might want to think again:

It is illegal to drive around with your dog or your goat in pubic place in Victoria, Australia. Most of the laws mentioned above are not followed all over the country, and thus you need to make sure which parts of the country has which rule and make sure to act accordingly.

Protecting Your Assets in Australia


If your someone who owns assets, whether it be big or small, you know the importance of keeping it safe and also, just how hard you worked to obtain it. Wealth, in most cases, does not come easy and you should always ensure that it is protected and taken care of as it can not only be of benefit to you but also your future family.

Asset protection will offer you peace of mind, as well as a stable financial platform that will help you plan your retirement and even allow you to retire earlier than planned. Let’s be real. You don’t want to retire at the age of 60. Probably much less at the age of 65, which is the average age people tend to still work before they retire. While there are few and far between that choose to work until the age of 65, there are many that prefer to retire as early as their early 50’s. Asset protection also plays a vital role in the planning of your estate and will guide you to choose the right strategy going forward.

Asset Protection Explained

First of all, why do you need asset protection? Is it a similar method of insurance and just why is it so important to have?

Well, there are many different reasons why and these reasons will definitely not make you regret it.

It starts with optimising the protection of your assets and includes support that covers your financial difficulties or shortcomings, as well as insolvency of your business. It also includes protection from creditors, divorce cases, any circumstances that involves breakdowns between shareholders, joint ventures and business partners, the promise that your assets will be passed to your wife or children when you pass away, as well as future protection in case of a legal action that is taken against your business by clients, consumers and employees.

Strategies for Asset Protection


If you’ve made the decision to protect your assets, the first thing to do would be to hire a solicitor with a good background so you know you’re getting your money’s worth of legal advice. Solicitors usually offer a wide range of services when it comes to legal processes, as well as strategies to optimise the protection of your assets.

  • Internal Arrangements – One strategy offered by solicitors are internal arrangements between all parties involved. These include partners, shareholders, unitholders and joint ventures. Such an agreement will specify the outcome if the structure of your business and its different entities changes.
  • Business Restructuring – Solicitors will see to your business needs and provide you with a structure to optimise your asset protection.
  • The Binding of Financial Agreements – These are set up by solicitors to explain the division of property and assets between different parties. This could either be in business, dividing assets between families and when two people get divorced.
  • Superannuation – A strategy present in the case of bankruptcy.

Taking Action on Children’s Rights – The Role of the UN


When it comes to taking charge of the problems in a country, the UN has a specific role to play. This institution simply reviews different countries all around the world regarding the safety and rights of their children and then create reports on that country and give them instructions on how to better themselves when it comes to these rights. The UN also focuses mainly on the promotion of increasing awareness around the importance of protecting the rights of children and places emphasis on the many reasons why looking after our children is a crucial part of the current and future development of each and every country.

While the UN can’t legally force the government of Australia to implement these recommendations, it would be a mistake not to for any country and not only Australia. These instructions and recommendations can serve as a useful tool that will promote children’s rights advocates to take governmental action towards bettering the lives of children throughout the country.

Implementation Allows for Accountability in Australia

Since the reporting process in Australia is done on a regular basis every five years, also allows for the community groups and NGO’s to play a big role while encouraging solutions that will help solve the problems regarding children’s rights in the country.

These reports also add to the public record of the country’s performance regarding these rights. It thus also allows that the public knows the state of problems that country faces on a daily basis. There cannot be false reporting as the UN only provides facts. Altogether it also promotes governmental accountability to implement the guidelines and regulations of the CRC in Australia.


The CRC have Limited Power When It Comes to the Government of Australia

The CRC can’t force the Australian government to implement any new or adjusted rules and regulations that has been made by the Committee or the Commission. The Commission can only guide and encourage a new or adjusted implementation.

The UN Committee doesn’t accept any complaints regarding their conclusions or recommendations from the CRC. The UN acts like a type of ‘judge’ in this manner. Their instructions are final and whether the CRC chooses to request the government to implement it, is up to them.

Why Children’s Rights Should be Taken into Consideration on a Daily Basis

The CRC is active with their observations and reports on a daily basis. Even though they only report to the UN every 5 years, they have to take children’s rights into consideration every day. This is because crime against children never stops. On a daily basis, there are children being subjected to violence, being criticized and bullied for their culture, education, income, ethnic origin and so much more. The worst part of all is that this all takes place either at home or in schools and is a matter that should be addressed daily.

>Above all else, regardless of the implementations that are made from the CRC, children should feel safe and be heard at all times and that is something every country should work towards improving.

The Cost and Implications of Obtaining a Speeding Fine

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In case you thought Australia is soft-hearted when it comes to issuing you a major fine, think again.

When you receive a fine, what your instinct should be telling you is, “I have to pay this immediately”. Why? Well, because like with any other country, there are usually many implications involved after you chose not to pay it and while many people find one way or another to get out of paying their fines, or at least most of it, the chance of that happening is a lot less likely than you think.

Is taking it to court worth it?

Let’s be real. While everyone around you will tell you to take it to court and either get the fine reduced or fight it completely, in most cases you really shouldn’t. Australia is a country that considers all of its rules and regulations. With that being said, everything gets taken seriously. This is true whether the established rule makes sense, or not.

If, however, you choose to challenge the rule rather than accept it, what should your ‘’valid’’ point be when you do make it to court? If you were speeding then it would probably not be the best choice to lie about the fact that you were speeding, but if you get to convince the judge that the number of points regarding the speed was off with a few points, chances are that he/her will most likely reduce your fine.


Another way to obtain a traffic fine is by the use of your phone while being on the road. While this is not exactly the best idea in any country if ever you do get into trouble for being on your phone, like most people, choosing to be prosecuted might be the way to go. This will allow you the opportunity to at least negotiate the amount you’ll have to pay.

What can you do if you don’t agree with the fine?

Upon receiving the ticket of the fine, you can fill in the option to be prosecuted rather than choosing the one that allows you to pay the fine. Being prosecuted means that you will then be summoned to court where you will have to explain and provide evidence as to why the charge should be withdrawn against you. Although negotiating won’t guarantee you success, in most cases it’s worth a try.

The costs
Regardless of your efforts, if you’re found guilty, the cost of your fine will be increased. This is not unfair but is due to the cost of a legal representation of a lawyer. While you could find lawyers that are reasonable with their prices, you’ll still have to pay the lawyer regardless, as well as an increased fee.

While it might be worth contesting fines in certain circumstances, if you don’t have a valid point to make, rather don’t.