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Terms and Conditions of Use

This website is operated by Grauf O'brien Lawyers.

By accessing or using this website, you agree to the following terms and conditions and any applicable laws relating to use of the website.  If you do not agree to these terms, you must not access or use this website.

These terms of use may be changed by us at any time without notice, with any changes taking effect from the time they are published on this page. Each time you access or use this website, you accept and agree to be bound by the most recent terms of use as displayed on this website.

Restrictions on use

This website is available only for your personal, non-commercial use.

Reliance on content

The material within this website is distributed as a general information source only and may change or be removed without notice.

Although every effort has been made to ensure the reliability of information supplied, Grauf O'brien Lawyers makes no warranty or representation as to the accuracy, reliability, currency or completeness of any information or material available on its website.

The information supplied on this website is not and is not intended to be, legal or other professional advice, nor should it be relied upon as such. You should verify the accuracy, completeness and reliability of any information and material on this website, and seek legal or professional advice in relation to your specific situation before relying or acting upon anything contained in this website.

Grauf O'brien Lawyers practices in Australia.  We do not represent that Grauf O'brien Lawyers holds the authorisations or permissions necessary to provide legal advice in each jurisdictions where this website may be viewed.

No client-solicitor relationship created

Receipt or transmission by you of any material accessible via this website is not intended to create a client-solicitor relationship between you and Grauf O'brien Lawyers.

Links to third party sites

Links to third party sites may be contained on this website for convenience. Grauf O'brien Lawyers makes no representation or warranty regarding the availability, privacy practices, content or ownership of these sites, and takes no responsibility for the consequences of accessing, viewing or relying on those websites. The provision of a link to a third party site should not be construed as implying any control over, approval, relationship or endorsement of the third party site, its content or its owners. You must not link a third party site to this website without our prior written consent.


Grauf O'brien Lawyers makes this website available on an "as is" basis and excludes all implied conditions and warranties with respect to this website and its content except to the extent that such an exclusion would contravene any applicable law.

You acknowledge and agree that use of this website is entirely at your own risk.  To the maximum extent permitted by law, Grauf O'brien Lawyers excludes completely all responsibility and all liability to any person howsoever caused (including without limitation, liability in negligence) for any expense, damage, cost or loss (including incidental, special or consequential loss) incurred as a result of access or use of this website or its content. To the extent that a law implies a warranty or guarantee in respect of these terms of use which cannot be lawfully excluded, then to the maximum extent possible, our liability for such breach will be limited to replacing goods, supplying equivalent goods or repairing goods, or supplying services again or paying the cost of having the services supplied again, as applicable and at our option.

Without limiting the above paragraph, Grauf O'brien Lawyers makes no warranties that this website or its content is error-free, free of computer viruses or other contamination which may damage your computer or data, or that it will be available on a continuous basis. You are responsible for ensuring that your use of the website does not expose you to viruses or other forms of interference.
You indemnify Grauf O'brien Lawyers for all expense, damage, cost or loss (including legal costs) that arise out of or in connection with your access or use of this website, including in relation to any information you publish or post on this website or transmit via this website.

Intellectual property rights

Unless otherwise expressly indicated, all intellectual property rights subsisting in the content or design of this website are owned or licensed by Grauf O'brien Lawyers.  Such rights include but are not limited to trade marks and copyright in text, graphics, logos, sound recordings and compilations.  These rights are protected by Australian and international laws.

Unless otherwise indicated, Grauf O'brien Lawyers grants you permission to do the following with material on the website:

  • print a single hard copy of material for informational, non-commercial use; and

  • reproduce or distribute any complete page of the material so long as:

  • you do not reproduce or distribute less than a complete page, or, where a document consists of more than one page, less than the complete document; and

  • the material is appropriately attributed to Grauf O'brien Lawyers.

Unless permitted by law or these terms, you must not otherwise, in any form or by any means, copy, modify, reproduce, distribute, store, transmit, print, upload, display, perform, publish, create derivative works or commercialise the content or design of this website, or engage in any other act that would infringe our intellectual property rights, without our prior written consent.


These terms of use (as amended from time to time) are effective until terminated by Grauf O'brien Lawyers. Grauf O'brien Lawyers may terminate this agreement and your access to the website at any time without notice. In the event of termination, you are no longer authorised to access the website. All restrictions imposed on you, disclaimers and limitations of liability set out in these terms of use will survive termination.

Applicable law

The material within this website resides on a server in the state of Queensland, Australia. The law applicable to use of the website and to disputes arising out of the website is the state of Queensland, Australia.  You agree to submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the State of Queensland.


Enquiries regarding these terms of use should be directed to

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