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By Ash Rihak
This case is useful in clarifying the extent of a landlord's obligations to give notice when a tenant fails to pay rent.
By Ash Rihak
The landlord of a retail shop validly terminated the lease on the basis that the landlord would demolish the premises.
By Dorota Bryks
The current regime has created ambiguity, uncertainty and practical difficulties for businesses in complying with the law.
By Ash Rihak
This article examines the facts, the court's conclusions, and takeaway messages for commercial landlords and tenants.
By Ash Rihak
The tenant could not terminate the lease on the basis that the landlord failed to repair the air-conditioning unit.
By Dorota Bryks
In any purchase and sale transaction involving competitors, parties must be at arm's length until a deal is completed.
By Dorota Bryks
The amendments to the Trade Marks Act 1995 are designed to help increase genuine parallel importation and competition.
By Ash Rihak
Retail lessees must ensure that any matters on which they rely in entering into a lease are effectively addressed in the lease.
By Dorota Bryks
To ensure compliance with payment surcharge regulations, businesses need to understand the regulatory framework.
By Dorota Bryks, Ash Rihak
Article discusses the prohibition on insolvent trading and the new safe harbour defence provisions.
By Ash Rihak
This is the second of two articles that look at the benefits of the changes to the law for retail lessees and lessors.
By Dorota Bryks
Meriton was found to have engaged in deceptive practices which prevented guests from posting potentially negative reviews.
By Dorota Bryks
The case highlights the importance of thorough intellectual property due diligence in the process of acquiring a business.
By Dorota Bryks
This recent act introduced significant increases to the maximum penalties for breaches of the Australian Consumer Law.
By Dorota Bryks, Karina Wong (formerly with Bryks Lawyers)
CSF is a way for companies to raise funds from a large number of individuals who pay money for equity in the company.