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Supreme Court Makes Attorney Home, Email Addresses Confidential

first_imgIL for wwww.theindianalaawyer.comAmendments to two Indiana Supreme Court rules are restricting public access to attorneys’ personal contact information.First, an amendment to Indiana Admission and Discipline Rule 2 dated March 15 provides that the residential addresses and email addresses attorneys provide to the clerk of the Supreme Court will be confidential and excluded from public access. The amendment also notes that the clerk’s annual list of attorney addresses sent to the Indiana State Bar Association can only include non-confidential office addresses. Similarly, an amendment to Indiana Administrative Rule 9(G) adds attorneys’ residential and email addresses to the list of court administration records that must be excluded from public access.  The amendment also allows the court to provide bulk distribution or compiled information excluded from public access under 9(G) through a written contract with the Office of Judicial Administration. Finally, an amendment to Section 9(D) allows the Supreme Court’s chief administrative officer – currently former Judge Mary Willis – to establish fees for accessing public court records.All amendments are effective March 15, 2018FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

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Civil service cull will not mean a property bonanza

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A touch of Paris on the Sunshine Coast

first_imgThe Hedge by Buddina Urban Development GroupFive luxury penthouses will be built as part of a $65 million beachside residential tower on the Sunshine Coast.RGD Construction Pty Ltd was recently appointed to build The Hedge at Buddina, which is being developed by the Buddina Urban Development Group.The Hedge will offer 11 ground-floor commercial spaces, five levels with 92 one, two and three bedroom apartments over five storeys, and five luxury penthouses on level six. There will be an internal laundry, study nook and custom-fitted, walk-in robes in all master suites. Resident facilities will include a pool, spa and gym, a rooftop garden with ocean views and barbecue facilities, a terrace garden and Parisian-inspired courtyard.The Hedge spokesman Jason Hague said the developer was happy to be working with a local construction firm, and retaining local jobs. The Hedge by Buddina Urban Development GroupConstruction started last month and is expected to be completed by mid-next year.“The Hedge at Buddina will be close to schools, bus links, major shopping and professional services including the new $2 billion Sunshine Coast University Hospital within the $5 billion Kawana Health Precinct,’’ Mr Hague said. “With a patrolled beach and local surf club at its doorstep, the project adjoins the newly upgraded Kawana Shoppingworld which has been earmarked for further major improvements in coming years including a cinema complex and new specialty shops.”The Hedge at Buddina is being built at 5 Bermagui Crescent, which is walking distance to the Kawana Surf Club.Median sales prices for apartments in Buddina fell one per cent in the last three months to $470,000, according to the latest data from CoreLogic. But that comes after a 10.1 per cent increase in apartment median sales prices in the 12 months to December. The median sales price for a house at Buddina is $785,000, up 4.7 per cent in the last quarter.Buddina is considered a “high demand market”, recording an average of 803 visits per property compared to the Queensland average of 342 hits. Kylie Bond of McGrath Estate Agents said investors and owner-occupiers were responding enthusiastically, with strong off the plan sales and inquiry levels.“Thirty-five per cent of apartments have now sold off the plan, with the majority of interest coming from locals,” she said.center_img Designed by MODE, each apartment will have quality fittings and appliances, including a gourmet kitchen with stainless-steel appliances, stone benches, soft-close drawers, and a walk-in pantry. More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020last_img read more

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