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What is a statutory charge in the building and construction industry and when is it useful?
A statutory charge allows a creditor to claim debts from the principal if delayed or not paid by the sub-contractor.
Australia
4 Apr 2019
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Records in primary production may reduce liability for food contamination
Primary producers must ensure reasonable measures, records and systems are in place to try to avoid food contamination.
Australia
4 Apr 2019
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Joint property ownership and considerations for estate planning
Discussion on the 2 methods of holding joint property: joint tenancy & tenants-in-common & the potential to change between them.
Australia
6 Mar 2019
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Take note of registration expiry dates for security interests on the PPSR
The registration of many security interests on the PPSR expired at the end of January 2015, unless they were renewed.
Australia
22 Feb 2019
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Records reduce liability of negligence by primary producers
Primary producers should take all reasonable measures and have suitable systems to ensure contamination does not occur.
Australia
19 Dec 2018
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What is a statutory charge and when is it useful?
Article explains the use of a statutory charge as an effective tool for credit control in the building industry.
Australia
4 Dec 2018
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