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By Alex Collie, Paul Carroll
Summary of changes to EPA Act including new types of plans, review requirements of councils and more powers to enforce Act.
By Alex Collie, Paul Carroll
Landlords should be wary of potential claims for misleading and deceptive conduct by lessees.
By Matthew Rafferty
In recent case, court confirmed that it was not a breach of good faith to enforce clear contractual rights.
By Thomas Felizzi
The 'struggling' disclosure should have prompted further enquiry, the failure of which amounted to a breach of duty.
By Katherine Driscoll, Julia Harrison
The Scheme is the product of recommendations by the Royal Commission Into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.
By Nathan Gately, Josephine Heesh
In its Final Report, the Referendum Council has put forward a single recommendation for constitutional amendment.
By Nathan Gately, Josephine Heesh
The inquiry powers available under the Act have been enhanced to include alleged instances of financial impropriety.
By Nathan Gately, Josephine Heesh
This episode of ACNC Charity Chat features board remuneration, and whether charities should pay their board members.
By Thomas Felizzi
An income protection (IP) insurance policy covers your income if you are not able to work due to a medical condition.
By Selwyn Black, Nathan Gately
Relief from the Surcharges may be available following the issue of Revenue Ruling No. G 010 Version 2 by Revenue NSW.
By Bill Madden
Medical manslaughter laws in UK and Australia are in principle the same but Australians are less willingness to prosecute. .
By Ben Robertson
Building industry stakeholders should consider product liability insurance as a means of de-risking their businesses.
By Nicholas Huang, Selwyn Black
Partners have rights and obligations to each other partner even after a partnership is dissolved. .
By Bill Madden
This article focuses on some information provision issues addressed in the new ethical guidelines on the use of ART.
By Selwyn Black, Nathan Gately
In this case, the NSW Supreme Court gave guidance as to what is required by an obligation to use reasonable endeavours.
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