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E-Alert: Hey Mann, is your building contract kaput?
High Court determines that a contract price places a ceiling on a claim for quantum meruit.
Australia
23 Oct 2019
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E-Alert: Regulation of corporate finance in Australia
Discussion about report by ASIC regarding corporate finance activity eg. fundraising, M&A, corporate governance & experts.
Australia
22 Oct 2019
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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: 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: Death and taxes, fiction and fact
Article provides facts regarding changes to taxation laws that affect charities.
Australia
26 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: 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: First successful Work Health & Safety Category 1 prosecution in Queensland
This sentence is a heavy reminder of serious penalties employers may be exposed to if they fail to comply with WH&S laws.
Australia
14 Feb 2019
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E-Alert: Timely reminder to check the End Date of your PPSR registrations
The impending anniversary of the PPSR is a reminder for all secured parties to check the End Date of their registrations.
Australia
26 Dec 2018
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E-Alert: Tracing stolen monies – Causation or attribution?
The case resolves complex arguments regarding the equitable process of tracing proceeds of monies improperly received.
Australia
23 Jun 2018
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E-Alert: More than a matter of semantics - never make a promise you cannot keep
This case was a warning to directors and companies of the risk in making daring promises in contractual agreements.
Australia
2 Apr 2018
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E-Alert: Release of subcontractor retention monies cannot be dependent upon events under the head contract
Any such clauses are likely to fall foul of the prohibition of 'pay when paid' provisions in security of payment regimes.
Australia
26 Feb 2018
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E-Alert: Labour Hire Licensing Act 2017 (Qld) – Single employer entity groups beware
Businesses using labour hire workers must adapt their contracts and protocols to use only licensed labour hire providers.
Australia
15 Sep 2017
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E-Alert: Here is to you, Mr. Robinson: Damages awarded for misleading statutory declaration accompanying progress claim
Individuals making statutory declarations should always ensure that the contents are true and correct and not misleading.
Australia
23 Jun 2017
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E-alert: Preventing the enforcement of security in a construction setting
This recent decision confirms the difficulties which a party will face when seeking to restrain a call upon a security.
Australia
2 Jun 2017
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PPSR error leads to $23million loss and confirms the court's view that form trumps function
An apparently simple administrative error in a PPSR registration resulted in a significant financial loss for a lessor.
Australia
20 Feb 2017
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E-ALERT: Everything old is new again?: reference dates and payment claims in a construction contract
A reference date is re-established as a precondition to the making of a valid payment claim in a construction contract.
Australia
20 Jan 2017
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E-alert: A Merry Christmas for developers?
Many developers become complacent about their contract management at this time, with potentially disastrous consequences.
Australia
28 Dec 2016
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Spam claim canned: no right to sue
The Privacy Act and the Spam Act do not give rise to personal actions for damages from a contravention of those Acts.
Australia
28 Nov 2016
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Applying to court to extend the deadline for registering on the PPSA — ask and you shall receive?
This case discusses when a court might be willing to extend the timeframe for a secured party to register its interests.
Australia
24 Oct 2016
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