What other legislation affects the University?

The University has obligations under a large number of state and federal laws. Some key legislation that affects the University is:

Although the University is established in NSW, it also operates campuses in other states of Australia, and may therefore be subject to laws in those states.


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Do I need legal advice? 
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What is the University's legal status? 
How should the University be described in legal documents? 
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Who has power to sign documents on behalf of the University? 
What is the University seal? 
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What steps do I need to take to ensure that legal professional privilege applies to any advice I obtain from the Office of the General Counsel? 
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How are court documents served on the University? 
I have received a subpoena to appear as a witness in legal proceedings or to produce documents. What should I do? 
I have received a summons to appear for jury service. What must I do? 
What other legislation affects the University? 
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