Law for Lunch at Richmond Library

Do you have questions about wills and trusts, your tenancy rights and responsibilities, disputes with neighbours, or health and disability?

If so, Law for Lunch is just what you're looking for.

Join Trevor Irwin from the Nelson Bays Community Law Service and get the answers to your questions at our free lunchtime sessions.

Free! Bookings not required.

Event Description Date and time
Wills and Trusts Find out how to make a will, what happens if you die without one and what happens to your property when you die. 12.00pm-1.00pm, Thursday 2 May
Tenancy Find out about your tenancy rights and responsibilities, what to do if you have a dispute with a landlord, and more. 12.00pm-1.00pm, Thursday 9 May
Neighbours Have you got questions about navigating life with your neighbours - such as, what are your and their rights and responsibilities? How do you resolve a dispute with a neighbour? And just how many farm animals can a suburban neighbour have in their backyard?! 12.00pm-1.00pm, Thursday 23 May
Health and Disability What are your rights under the law if you become sick or disabled? In what ways does the law protect you and ensure that your rights and needs are met? Find out all this and more. 12.00pm-1.00pm, Thursday 30 May