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SMSF death benefit challenged – Supreme Court to decide validity of reversionary pension and binding death benefit nomination
The outcome of a recent case (where Cooper Grace Ward acted for the trustee) will have wide implications for SMSFs.
Australia
7 Aug 2018
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Establishing a trust – unintended consequences when it goes wrong!
Whilst establishing a trust is simple, it is often not done properly.
Australia
21 Mar 2018
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Downsizer superannuation contributions – what you need to know about the new contribution cap
Downsizer contributions provide an additional opportunity for people aged over 65 to make contributions to superannuation.
Australia
21 Feb 2018
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Non-compliance with South Australian industry codes may mean fines for franchisors
The Small Business Commissioner (SA) will be able to prescribe industry codes as regulations to administer them as law.
Australia
15 Nov 2011
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Bringing Clarity To Not-For-Profit Tax Concessions
A discussion on the 2011/2012 Budget.
Australia
10 Jun 2011
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Social Media Dangers for Risk Management
An American, working for an Australian company, travelled to India during the initial stages of a highly confidential research and development project. Away from his family and friends, he used Facebook to keep in touch. Unknown to him however, a competitor also had access to his Facebook page and was able to work out where he was, when he was there, and rationalised what he and his employer company were doing.
Australia
16 May 2011
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When Does the Contracts Review Act Apply? It is Broader than you think
Lenders in New South Wales breathed a sigh of relief earlier this month when the Supreme Court ruled in Bank of Western Australia Ltd v. Primanzon [2010] NSWSC 862 that two part-time commercial property investors could not claim relief under the Contracts Review Act 1980 (NSW) because the loans advanced to them were entered into in the course of a trade, business or profession carried on by them.
Australia
26 Aug 2010
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Franchising Code of Conduct Changes Explained
In response to the recent parliamentary inquiries concerning franchising and unconscionable conduct, the Federal Government has amended the Franchising Code of Conduct (Code)
Australia
14 Jul 2010
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Further Perils For Mortgagees Exercising Power Of Sale In Queensland
The Property Law (Mortgagor Protection) Amendment Act 2008 (Qld) commenced on 12 December 2008. It has ramifications for a mortgagee, an attorney for the mortgagor, or a receiver acting under a power delegated to the receiver by a mortgagee when exercising power of sale under a mortgage.
Australia
28 Jul 2009
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High Court Case Brings Certainty To The Franchising Industry
The franchising industry has waited with baited breath for the outcome of the High Court appeal in Master of Education Services Pty Limited v Ketchell.
Australia
9 Oct 2008
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