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Search 872 abstracts of NSW plain language legal information, including books, factsheets, videos, community legal education programs and material in other languages
Links to information about the law in the Northern Territory
The Law Handbook Online contains on overview of the law in South Australia presented in everyday language.
Search the Victoria Law website for easy-to-understand legal information - in six different languages. Find information on debt and credit matters, housing issues, traffic offences and lots of other everyday subjects.
Rural Law Online is a dedicated and comprehensive plain language website for rural Victorians. It offers information on areas of law which affect people living in regional and rural communities and details of free and low cost legal services in rural and regional areas.
Victoria Legal Aid produces a wide range of legal information resources which are available for free in the publications section of its website.
One of the best starting points to find out about the law in Victoria is The Law Handbook Online, produced by Fitzroy Legal Service. It is a comprehensive, plain English guide to the law in Victoria with information on a wide range of legal topics from fines and family law to wills and tenancy.
MoneyHelp is free, confidential and independent financial information for Victorians experiencing difficulty paying their rent or mortgage or facing job loss.
The Dispute Settlement Centre of Victoria (DSCV) is a free dispute resolution service funded by the Victorian Government. The DSCV provides mediation services, as well as training and accrediting mediators to national standards.
The DSCV also administers the Reaching Agreement website, which has practical information and advice for communicating with neighbours about a range of issues.