Family Law Exam Scaffolds

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  • UniversityUniversity of Technology Sydney
  • AreaLaw
  • CourseFamily Law
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  • Authornexusnotesrecommended
  • Created2017
  • Pages20
  • Approved9 January 2018

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About these notes

These are complete and clear exam notes for 76516 Corporate Law at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS)


These notes have been written as law scaffolds to answer the types of questions you may receive in the exam. The structure will automatically help you follow and answer exam questions and links you to the relevant sections of the Act.


These notes are intended to be used as the main exam study preparation for this subject and have been formatted to facilitate easy navigation and quick learning of the essential concepts. The notes are extremely well structured and can be relied on for study in closed or open book exams. The notes are concise, exam focused material designed to anticipate the sorts of exam questions thereby ensuring that the student only focuses on knowing what is required to do well on the exam.


About the author: These notes are written by a Nexus Notes recommended author. This author is a UTS Law student with an average of above 80%.

The topics covered in these notes include some of the following:

  • Establish and consider factors
  • Courts approach
  • Identification and division of assets
  • Contributions
  • Additional needs factors contributions – prospective needs
  • Reaching a conclusion
  • Orders
  • Spousal maintenance
  • Child support



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