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E-Alert: ASIC regulation of corporate finance activity in Australia
ASIC's report covers regulation of fundraising transactions, mergers & acquisitions, corporate governance and experts.
Australia
4 Oct 2019
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E-Alert: Rising from the rubble – what damages can be recovered when a residential building contract has been breached?
Article notes that for breach of a building contract, damages may become recoverable by the party not in breach.
Australia
25 Sep 2019
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e-Alert: Home was not built in a day – termination for delay under a residential building contract
Whether a residential building contract can be terminated for delay is a matter of fact & degree. Seek legal advice if concerned.
Australia
18 Sep 2019
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e-Alert: Home was not built in one day – Termination for delay under a residential building contract
In this case, the owners were entitled to terminate the contract for a failure to progress the works with due diligence.
Australia
4 Sep 2019
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E-Alert: Lemon laws putting the squeeze on dodgy dealers
These amendments should improve protections for consumers sold defective cars, motorbikes, caravans and motorhomes.
Australia
1 Aug 2019
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E-Alert: Incoming ban on combustible cladding in Queensland
It was recently announced that combustible cladding is to be banned on all new Queensland buildings going forward.
Australia
26 Jul 2019
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E-Alert: Home and hosed? Tips for terminating residential building contracts
This is the first in a series addressing the practical considerations of terminating a residential building contract.
Australia
26 Jul 2019
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E-Alert: Recent crime and corruption amendments mean that the whistleblower might not be a referee!
Australia's new whistleblower laws commenced on 1 July 2019, together with significant civil and criminal penalties.
Australia
26 Jul 2019
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E-Alert: Employment & WHS – Changes to important employment related financial thresholds 2019
The article details a number of employment related monetary thresholds indexed annually to change effective from 1 July.
Australia
29 Jun 2019
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E-Alert: Death and taxes, fiction and fact
Article provides facts regarding changes to taxation laws that affect charities.
Australia
26 Jun 2019
12
E-Alert: Lease outgoings error causes multi-million dollar loss
Recent case highlights the importance of testing formulas to ensure that drafting complies with intended agreed arrangements.
Australia
25 Jun 2019
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E-Alert: Land Act amendment receives parliamentary assent
This improved framework for resolving sublease disputes will be a welcome addition for both lessees and sub-lessee's.
Australia
13 Jun 2019
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E-Alert: Vegetation clearing update for Queensland
Local councils are allowed to make assessable the clearing of vegetation on prescribed land but only to a limited extent.
Australia
10 Jun 2019
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E-Alert: You never know who is listening: Privately recording body corporate meetings
Currently, Queensland does not have any specific legislation dealing with recording devices in a body corporate meeting.
Australia
 
6 Jun 2019
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E-Alert: Protestors, if you get hurt in my workplace, its your OWN fault!
Discussion about your work, health and safety obligations to trespassers.
Australia
24 Apr 2019
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E-Alert: Combustible cladding – deadline for Stage 1 compliance
Stage 1 deadline for combustible cladding compliance obligations for owners of affected private buildings was 29 March.
Australia
1 Apr 2019
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E-Alert: Risk of lease terms being unfair and unenforceable
Leases and property rental agreements should be checked for potentially unfair terms to avoid an ACCC investigation.
Australia
1 Apr 2019
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E-Alert: Proposed amendments to Land Act – An expansion of dispute resolution mechanism for Queensland subleases
This proposed resolution system may provide some greater certainty to the way in which lease disputes are resolved.
Australia
18 Mar 2019
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E-Alert: Employers may be expected to empty their pockets to casual employees for leave entitlements!
The Court mandated that employers need to urgently re-visit their characterisation and rostering of casual employees.
Australia
14 Mar 2019
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