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Pri­or­i­ty notices: Pru­dent or impractical?
Priority notices are cheap but temporary, so if there is a caveatable interest, perhaps a caveat should be preferred.
Australia
25 May 2019
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Super­an­nu­a­tion splitting and rela­tion­ship breakdown
There is no "one size fits all" approach to superannuation splitting which can be applied to all separating couples.
Australia
4 Apr 2019
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A caveat on caveats
Caveats can be a cost-effective way to alert people that you have a legal or beneficial interest in a piece of property.
Australia
28 Mar 2019
4
Cross all Ts, dot all Is: Personal guarantees gone wrong
This case highlights that creditors must get personal guarantees right or they may risk not being able to enforce them
Australia
3 Dec 2018
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Establishment fees in private financing transactions
In this recent Victorian appeal case, the court found the establishment fee charged for the loan to be a penalty.
Australia
19 Jul 2018
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Penalties in contracts
A provision in a contract, that seeks to impose a penalty on a contracting party in breach, is not enforceable.
Australia
24 Aug 2016
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ASX is making Listing more difficult for SMEs
One of the side effects of these recent ASX changes is that they will make listings more difficult for small companies.
Australia
18 Jul 2016
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Swimming with sharks: How to avoid getting bitten when it comes to funding start-up businesses
Recent research has shown that the number of start-ups in Australia is on the rise.
Australia
29 Mar 2015
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Landlords beware - Incentive claw-back provisions deemed to be penalty clauses
The case affirmed that claw-back provisions, which accompany most incentive provisions, may constitute a penalty clause.
Australia
21 Jan 2015
10
Crowd Funding - The New Source Of Finance
ASIC highlights some risks for operators of crowd funding websites and people participating in crowd funding projects.
Australia
16 Sep 2012
11
Open for Registration of Interest...PPSA - The Ups and Down of Transition
Some outcomes highlight the importance of considering whether you should be registering certain security interests.
Australia
14 Jun 2012
12
Still haven't found what I'm looking for...Teething problems with the PPSR
More than three months after the go-live, significant problems persist with the reliability of the PPSR.
Australia
19 May 2012
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Will your Business be Affected by PPSA?
The Personal Property Securities Act 2009 establishes a new nationwide regime regulating interests in personal property.
Australia
21 Jan 2012
14
New corporate governance code for private equity funds
An industry association has released a new corporate governance code affecting private equity firms.
Australia
15 Oct 2011
15
PPSA terminology
When it is implemented, the PPSA will introduce an assortment of new terminology.
Australia
16 Sep 2011
16
Growing your business through acquisition
Using acquisitions to grow your business.
Australia
15 Jul 2011
17
Five ways to make them pay their debts
When people tell me that they are owed money and ask me what they can do to recover that debt, I can only tell them half the story. The other half of the story only they can tell me.
Australia
16 May 2011
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New laws governing public access to share registers aimed at unsolicited share offers
The government recently brought into force new laws regulating access to share registers. Although aimed primarily at unsolicited share offers, the Corporations Amendment (No 1) Act 2010 restricts access to registers for a far wider range of users.
Australia
20 Feb 2011
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Do you provide credit in your business?
If you engage in credit activities for the first time from 1 July 2010, you will generally need an Australian Credit Licence or an authorisation from a licensee before commencing business. Businesses involved in credit related activities for personal, household or domestic purposes should be aware of the implications of the new credit licensing regime which has been recently implemented.
Australia
17 Nov 2010
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Avoiding unnecessary duty on self-managed super
Since 1 July this year, full stamp duty has been payable on the death or retirement of an existing trustee and appointment of a new trustee to a self-managed super fund (SMSF), if the remaining or new trustee is a beneficiary and the fund owns dutiable property.
Australia
11 Nov 2010
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