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By Merryn Lynch, Josephine Heesh
The charity sector seeks to be excluded from the operation of new electoral funding and foreign influence bills.
By Nathan Gately, Josephine Heesh
The tax exemption related In Australia test will not be pursued since it could prevent the delivery of legitimate overseas aid.
By Nathan Gately, Josephine Heesh
The 67 page submission by ACNC to the Review includes some recommendations not anticipated by the sector.
By Mathisha Panagoda
Companies must now notify individuals and the Government of data breaches that cause personal information to be compromised.
By Nathan Gately, Josephine Heesh
Review panel appointed to conduct the 5 year review of the Australian Charities and Not for Profits Commission legislation.
By Josephine Heesh
Panel appointed to address the human right of freedom of religion in light of the yes vote for same sex marriage.
By Andrina Lum, Paul Carroll
If lessee who is assigning their lease requests it, lessors must now provide an up to date disclosure statement within 14 days.
By Gillian Kirwan, Paul Carroll
Documents can be created and signed electronically in a number of ways, for example, DocuSign. .
By Matthew Rafferty
A recent case demonstrates that care is required when assembling or reviewing repair and maintenance clauses. .
By Michael Barnes
There is no constitutional or legislative protection for unrestricted freedom of political communication in Australia.
By Olivia Mailian
The Australian National Transport Commission has identified 716 potential legal barriers for consideration with SDVs.
By Selwyn Black
This recent Federal Court decision shows how consumer and copyright laws can interact with a developing digital economy.
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.
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