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Our publications

The NT Legal Aid Commission produces a range of publications to help the community understand the law in the Northern Territory. You can order copies by calling 1800 019 343, emailing us at info@legalaid.nt.gov.au or filling in a publications order form.

The law changes often, and we might not be able to update our publications straight away. To find out if a publication is up to date, please check the publication date, which is on the cover or in the first few pages. You can also call the Legal Aid Helpline on 1800 019 343.

For general information about law in the NT, see LawInfoNT or the NT Law Handbook.

Publications give general information about the law. If you need legal advice please call our Legal Aid Helpline on 1800 019 343 to arrange an appointment.

Relationships and children

Information for families about separation, divorce, child support, child protection, and domestic violence.

 

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Police, crime and court

Do the police want to speak to you? Have you been arrested or charged with an offence? Questions about warrants? Want to know what happens if you have to go to court?

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Neighbourhood

Neighbours sometimes disagree about barking dogs, trees, and fences. These are all problems that can be resolved without a lawyer.  You can find information about how to solve these problems here.

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Young people

This page has information about laws that affect young people, including information about rights when dealing with police.

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Cars and driving

Information about buying a car, accidents, driving rules, and drink driving.

 

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Domestic violence

On this page you can find information about what domestic and family violence is, types of domestic and family violence, mandatory reporting, and help available for victims in the Northern Territory.

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Housing and money

Find out about your rights when renting in community, including information in Yolngu Matha, Warlpiri, Kriol, and Arrernte.

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Our services

 We help people with information, education, advice, and education. Read about our services here. 

 

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For educators

Resources to help trainers and communities understand the law.

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