provides access to the publicly available information provided by businesses when they register for an Australian Business Number (ABN).
Credit management embraces the provision of credit and related services to individuals (consumer credit) and business (commercial credit).
Credit professional have a wide range of career opportunities ranging from roles relating to accounts receivable through to managing billion dollar ledgers with national and international responsbilites.
Our purpose is to promote an Australian culture that respects privacy.
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The Office of the PrivacyCommissioner is an independent Office which has responsibilities under the federal Privacy Act 1988 (Cth)
Bailiffs of the Magistrates Courts are not Commercial Agents, Debt Collectors or Private Investigators, although they may hold licences for such professions. Appointed Bailiffs act in an impartial manner in the service and execution of Court documents. This website provides information to the public regarding civil actions commenced in a Magistrates Court of Queensland. If any person wishes to commence his/her own legal action, this site may be of assistance in relation to non- legal issues, e.g. Court filing fees, service fees, the correct forms to use etc.
Building Services Authority (BSA) is a statutory authority established under the Queensland Building Services Authority Act 1991.
BSA's charter is to regulate the building industry through the licensing of contractors, educate consumers about their rights and obligations, make contractors aware of their legal rights and responsibilities, handle disputes fairly and equitably, protect consumers against loss through statutory insurance, implement and enforce legislative reforms and where necessary prosecute persons not complying with the law.
The Department of Justice encompasses police; courts; prisons; emergency services; regulation of gaming, racing, liquor licensing and trade measurement; and victims' services. The department's activities also cover the drafting of legislation and the administration of various tribunals and programs to protect citizen's rights.
The Department of Justice has three Ministers covering six portfolios: the Attorney-General and the Minister for Racing; the Minister for Police & Emergency Services and the Minister for Corrections; and the Minister for Consumer Affairs and the Minister for Gaming.
The Insolvency and Trustee Service Australia is the government agency responsible for the administration and regulation of the personal insolvency system in Australia. ITSA operates the bankruptcy registry, where debtors petitions are lodged, debt agreement proposals are processed and public records on insolvency are maintained, and acts as a trustee in bankruptcy. Official Receivers exercise powers to assist trustees to obtain information and recover property. ITSA investigates possible offences under the Bankruptcy Act and prepares briefs of evidence for prosecution.
Our purpose is to provide a personal insolvency system that produces equitable outcomes for debtors and creditors, enjoys public confidence and minimises the impact of financial failure on the community.
ITSA also provides information about bankruptcy and its alternatives to debtors in financial distress.
This site is currently under construction and until completed access to information will be via the Department of The Attorney General Website.
The new Magistrates Court of Western Australia commenced operation on 1 May 2005 - amalgamating the former Courts of Petty Sessions, Local Courts and Small Claims Tribunal into a single court.
Lawlink is an online government portal website to law and justice agencies and services in New South Wales. The site is hosted by the Attorney General's Department of NSW.
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