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By Lauren Milne
Part 3 will conclude the series by highlighting some of the interesting variations to usual commercial leasing positions.
By Nicola Carnevale
It is still best practice to sign an original paper document rather than risk it being deemed invalid by an e-signature.
By Bo Zhou
The recent judgment restricts the ability of contractors to rely on the long-standing option of claiming quantum meruit.
By Rohan Ingleton
If the lease is for agricultural land, it is important that the use is drafted appropriately so the Act does not apply.
By Tim Greenall
An employee is entitled to request flexible work arrangements but they are not entitled to demand them. Recent case discussed.
By Catherine Tan
When you make representations (verbal, written, or by conduct), be aware that they are not in contravention of the ACL!
By Nicola Carnevale
The VSBC has put landlords on notice that failing to provide the information brochure can lead to fines of up to $8,000.
By Tim Greenall
Employers may be exposed to claims for accrued entitlements for casual employees engaged regularly and systematically.
By Rohan Ingleton
An estimate of outgoings must be given if the lease is governed by the Act, both before the lease is entered into and annually.
By Aleksandar Kovaceski
The interpretation of this High Court case in relation to legal practices and in-house solicitors may need to be tested.
By Catherine Ballantyne
Article focuses on the Enduring Power of Attorney (financial)- duties, breach of duties & what to do if you suspect a breach.
By Lauren Milne
Article provides an in depth discussion about the world of telecommunications leasing.
By Nicola Carnevale
Recent decision reminds landlords and tenants to carefully document obligations in relation to maintenance issues.
By Jen Severn
What you need to know and do about new land transfer transaction requirements.
By Catherine Ballantyne
If directors and majority shareholders oppress minority shareholders, minority shareholders may have a claim against them.
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