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By Peter English
The changes relax restrictions on 'low-risk' entertainment venues and small bars to revive Sydney's night-time economy.
By Angus Ferguson
In NSW, there are 7 categories of liquor licences, depending on the type of venue and how the liquor is served.
By James Hamilton
Insolvency usually gives rise to both legal and financial issues.
By Angus Ferguson
Standard form contracts with small business are subject to Australian Consumer Law provisions on unfair contract terms.
By Angus Ferguson
This decision may have significant implications on Australia's Uber Company, with a run-off effect on the "gig economy.
By Clement Lo, Peter English
Implementation of small business protections under the unfair contract provisions of the ACL and the ASIC Act have begun.
By James Hamilton
Set off rights can be complex, particularly in equity, and the article highlights a few of the basic set off principles.
By James Hamilton
Retention of title still exists, but the PPSA and Corporations Act 2001 have made this mechanism far less attractive.
By Maged Jebeile
The government introduced a new withholding measure to assist in the collection of foreign residents Capital Gains Tax.
By Peter English, Angus Ferguson
A recent NSW case considered restraint clauses in employment contracts of real estate agents.
By Maged Jebeile
Vendors of properties with pools can shift the responsibility of obtaining a certificate of compliance to the purchaser.
By Maged Jebeile
Failure to comply with the sale and leasing requirements for properties with pools can give rise to serious consequences.
By Peter English, Angus Ferguson
Employers cannot avoid these FWA 'sham' contracting provisions, by using third parties such as labour-hire companies.
By James Hamilton
We are not aware of anyone being jailed for failing to pay an ASIC costs order, but the power to do so is always there.
By Peter English
New legislation has been approved this month to protect small businesses in Australia from unfair contract terms.