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Oppression of a minority shareholder – a common company dispute
If directors and majority shareholders oppress minority shareholders, minority shareholders may have a claim against them.
Australia
15 Aug 2019
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Five things you need to know about challenging or contesting a will
To minimise distress and ensure a smooth process in contesting a will, it is important to ensure to claim correctly.
Australia
1 Aug 2019
3
Holding a tenant's goods for failing to pay rent an expensive mistake for landlord
The Victorian County Court recently held that a landlord cannot hold a tenant's goods until outstanding rent is paid.
Australia
18 Jul 2019
4
Is my Google review defamatory?
What is the fine line between someone sharing their honest opinion in the review and that review becoming defamatory?
Australia
10 Jul 2019
5
Selling your business: Five common dangers to avoid
When selling a business, these key points may minimise the risk of being sued and avoid a lengthy and expensive dispute.
Australia
7 Jul 2019
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Evidence is crucial when dealing with misuse of confidential information by former employees
This case highlighted the need to ensure that evidence can support an allegation of misuse of confidential information.
Australia
30 May 2019
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Liquidator ordered to pay costs of appeal personally without recourse from the company in liquidation
The liquidators sought the guidance of the Court and then appealed it; therefore, took the appeal at their own risk.
Australia
27 May 2019
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The case of a dispute over air conditioning that made it all the way to the Victorian Supreme Court
Special conditions in leases must be carefully drafted so that landlord and tenant are both aware of their obligations.
Australia
12 Apr 2019
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Court awards damages for building works not completed in a reasonable time
The Court determined an implied term of the contract required that building works be completed within a reasonable time.
Australia
20 Mar 2019
10
A minor typo with major consequences for a statutory demand
Using an incorrectly spelt address when attempting to deliver a statutory demand proved to be a very expensive lesson.
Australia
13 Mar 2019
11
PPSR Series: Getting super results from a super priority – learning how to use a PMSI under the PPSA
A purchase money security interest (PMSI) is a type of security interest which receives a super priority under the PPSA.
Australia
21 Dec 2018
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PPSR Series: Short term hire agreements – should your lease be registered under the PPSA?
If you are unsure whether to register a short term lease on the PPSR, you should err on the side of caution and register.
Australia
13 Dec 2018
13
PPSR Series: PPSR and leases – the $44 million mistake
Even if leasing is only a small part of your business, you must register to ensure that your leased goods are protected.
Australia
6 Dec 2018
14
Personal Property Securities Register explained by Madgwick in a 6 part series: Part 2: Six years on and what have we learnt?
2nd in a series of articles to assist in a better understanding of how the PPSA applies to you and how to avoid the pitfalls.
Australia
13 Nov 2018
15
PPSR series: Do you have a security interest under the PPSR? Getting it right is vital.
First in a series of articles to assist in a better understanding of how the PPSA applies to you and how to avoid the pitfalls.
Australia
13 Nov 2018
16
What to do when your customer becomes insolvent
Strategies for minimising your exposure to risk when one of your customes becomes insolvent.
Australia
17 Oct 2018
17
Five things a company needs to know about statutory demands
If a statutory demand is ignored, the company is deemed to have committed an act of insolvency and may be wound up.
Australia
5 Oct 2018
18
Six things you need to know about defamation
Special Counsel outlines six things that you need to know about defamation.
Australia
2 Oct 2018
19
Beware – the penalties under Australian Consumer Law have just increased!
Penalties under Australian Consumer Law have increased significantly for individuals and corporations - details provided.
Australia
25 Sep 2018
20
Defamatory statements against McDonalds owner comes back to bite defendant
This case highlights the need to act on receipt of legal proceedings, to avoid a default judgment and possible damages.
Australia
26 Aug 2018
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