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By Cassie O'Bryan
Discussion of the defences that are available for voidable unfair preference payments under the Corporations Act 2001.
By Catherine Ballantyne
The Court held that the reference to "my nieces and nephews" in his will is a reference to his wife's nieces and nephews.
By Rohan Ingleton
This case looks at implications for landlords when determining whether to withhold consent to an assignment of a lease.
By Elle Jones
Companies and their directors must become informed in relation to the new standards to meet their regulatory obligations.
By Catherine Ballantyne
The ability to use dormant brands and trademarks must be considered when negotiating the purchase price of an agreement,.
By Cynthia Mechaalani
In preparing franchisee licences, the parties need to consider if the arrangement really amounts to a retail lease.
By Rebecca Giacomin
If you attempt to terminate on the basis of repudiation, it could be difficult to prove that repudiation has occurred.
By Rohan Ingleton
Valuers need to exercise extreme caution in providing a follow-up or supplementary valuation for the landlord or tenant.
By Emily Dempster
Unpaid family and domestic violence leave will soon be a compulsory entitlement for employees covered by modern awards.
By Tim Greenall
The 2018 Act unfortunately retains much of the antiquated language and many of the antiquated concepts of the 1992 Act.
By Michelle Dawson
Employers and recruiters should be aware of potential liability for representations made during the recruitment process.
By Rebecca James, Elle Jones
These new provisions will only apply to contracts entered into from 1 July 2018, and will not apply retrospectively.
By Emily Dempster
Employers should review their pay arrangements and ensure they are prepared for the increase in wages.
By Catherine Ballantyne
Courts will look behind a contract if they believe false or misleading information was provided to induce the sale.
By Rohan Ingleton
A renewal of the lease creates a new lease as a matter of law and for the purposes of the Retail Leases Act 2003.
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