Mobbs and Marr

Terms and Conditions

Terms and Conditions

The information and content on this website and/or any links to this website is a general guide only and should not be relied upon as legal advice or as a substitute for legal advice. You should not act or refrain to act on the basis of material contained on this website and should instead seek legal advice.

The content of this website (and any links to this website) may not be current with changes made in law and may contain information that is no longer the applicable law. The contents of this website (and any links to this website) should not be relied upon as giving legal advice.

Mobbs & Marr Legal Pty Ltd will not be responsible for any loss in the event that this site (or any links to this website) is unavailable to users and also makes no representation that this website (or any links) site is free from virus or other defect.

Access to this website (or any links to this website) or the provision of information from this website (or any links to this website) will not give rise to a lawyer-client relationship nor any agreement on our part that we will act for you in any legal capacity.

Regrettably internet transmissions are incapable of guaranteed security and Mobbs & Marr Pty Ltd despite making every effort to provide secured transmissions do not provide any warranty, express or implied, that the information you transmit to is incapable of corruption.

Our No Win No Fee Arrangement does not apply to all areas of law and does not automatically apply to all compensation cases. We reserve the right to assess the prospects of success of any case or claim to determine whether a No Win No Fee arrangement is appropriate before committing to perform work on a No win No Fee basis. The No Win No Fee arrangement only applies to our professional fees and does not include disbursements.

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You must not rely on the legal information on our website as an alternative to legal advice from your lawyer or other professional legal services provider.

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