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Your off-the-plan residential property contracts – changes to Victorian law you cannot ignore
This Act restricts sunset clauses, providing greater protections for purchasers of residential off the plan property.
Australia
26 Jul 2019
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Selling your business: Five common dangers to avoid
When selling a business, these key points may minimise the risk of being sued and avoid a lengthy and expensive dispute.
Australia
7 Jul 2019
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Changes to sunset clauses in Victoria are here to stay
Retrospective legislation relating to sunset dates in off-the-plan contracts of sale has come into effect in Victoria.
Australia
1 Jun 2019
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Developers need to re-think instalment contracts for residential property after new GST withholding laws
Developers should consider new GST withholding laws when entering into instalment contracts for residential property.
Australia
27 May 2019
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Developers need to re-think instalment contracts following new GST withholding laws
When entering into an instalment contract for new residential premises, purchasers should consider GST withholding laws.
Australia
27 May 2019
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The case of a dispute over air conditioning that made it all the way to the Victorian Supreme Court
Special conditions in leases must be carefully drafted so that landlord and tenant are both aware of their obligations.
Australia
12 Apr 2019
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Court awards damages for building works not completed in a reasonable time
The Court determined an implied term of the contract required that building works be completed within a reasonable time.
Australia
20 Mar 2019
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Getting ready for the sale of your business: Legal due diligence
Making sure that you are prepared for sale will smooth the process and result in a better outcome, and a better price.
Australia
6 Nov 2018
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Vendors and developers take note: New bill set to change sunset clauses in Victoria
The Sale of Land Amendment Bill 2018 aims to reform issues in the property market that result in consumer detriment.
Australia
27 Sep 2018
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Lay of the Land: Property Tax Update: New leasing standard set to have large commercial impact
Companies and their directors must become informed in relation to the new standards to meet their regulatory obligations.
Australia
1 Aug 2018
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New ipso facto regime – Reforming the automatic termination of contracts on insolvency
These new provisions will only apply to contracts entered into from 1 July 2018, and will not apply retrospectively.
Australia
15 Jun 2018
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You are toast! Sale of Subway franchise business becomes a costly lesson
Courts will look behind a contract if they believe false or misleading information was provided to induce the sale.
Australia
19 May 2018
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Nomination under a contract of sale and stamp duty consequences in Victoria – A timely reminder
When a nomination under a contract of sale is made after there has been land development, duty will be assessed twice.
Australia
20 Apr 2018
14
Sale of subway franchise business becomes a costly lesson - you are toast
If sellers misrepresent their sales when selling, they forfeit protections in their contract regarding misrepresentations.
Australia
17 Apr 2018
15
My Statutory Demand is defective – what now?
Failing to correctly issue a Statutory Demand can prove an expensive and counter-productive result for the issuing party.
Australia
9 Mar 2018
16
Issuing a statutory demand 101 – Tips and Tricks
If you're about to issue a Statutory Demand, failure to fulfil the requirements can mean serious trouble for its success.
Australia
7 Mar 2018
17
Beware: Does your contract contain an unenforceable penalty clause?
If the default clause is found to be a penalty, the provision is unenforceable and the consequences can be significant.
Australia
3 Oct 2017
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Could you be found accessorily liable under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth)?
The scope for being found accessorily liable for certain breaches of the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) is now quite broad.
Australia
5 Jul 2017
19
Ive received a Request for Tender, what do I do? 10 tips to consider for a positive result
Tendering is a formal, structured invitation made by an organisation, requesting submission of a bid to supply products or services.
Australia
2 Jul 2017
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Employee entitlements in the sale of a business
Employers must carefully consider the extent of, and how to deal with, employee entitlements in the sale of a business.
Australia
5 May 2017
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