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Stay for ipso facto events – one year on
Article discusses the Ipso Facto reforms and their effect one year after they took effect.
Australia
18 Sep 2019
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FIRB – Water rights and foreign persons
Foreign persons with registerable water entitlements or contractual water rights must notify the ATO about any changes.
Australia
10 Jul 2019
3
Insurance clauses: Part 2 – Whats in a name?
This article examines the mechanisms that determine who is insured under a contract and how policies define the parties.
Australia
9 Mar 2019
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Insurance Clauses: Part 1 – Another way to manage risk?
The article explores whether insurance clauses can offer an alternative way to allocate risk between contracting parties.
Australia
27 Feb 2019
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Proposed repeal of IP exemption to competition law has companies racing to review IP contracts
Once this Bill becomes law, IP owners need to make sure their licences and assignments do not breach competition law.
Australia
15 Feb 2019
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Indemnity clauses – be careful what you wish for
How to recognise some of the common types of indemnity clauses and points to consider when employing such clauses in contracts.
Australia
12 Feb 2019
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Reaching the finish line – a sellers guide to pre-completion obligations for the sale of your business
You need to understand your obligations leading up to, and the steps necessary for, completion of the sale to occur.
Australia
19 Dec 2018
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Stage One changes to the Retirement Villages Act 1999 (Qld) commence 1 February 2019
RV operators should become familiar with the new legislative provisions and ensure a new suite of documents is in place.
Australia
19 Dec 2018
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Duty and Taxes – the two real certainties in business and asset acquisitions
This article discusses some of the tips and traps to be mindful of during the initial stages of planning an acquisition.
Australia
29 Oct 2018
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Ipso facto reforms: I know the law has changed, but what does it mean for me?
These reforms are intended to protect companies experiencing financial difficulties, that undergo a genuine restructure.
Australia
13 Oct 2018
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Do not live in a glass house! Practical tips to get your house in order - an effective corporate governance framework
Effective and clear corporate governance practices can be critical when selling, raising capital and arranging financing.
Australia
1 Oct 2018
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Why the long face? – factors affecting the enforceability of verbal contracts
Although this decision does not raise any new points of law, it is a reminder of fundamental contractual requirements.
Australia
8 Aug 2018
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Queensland Government procurement policies embrace social benefits
These reforms change the way in which businesses consider their social impacts when tendering for Government contracts.
Australia
21 Jul 2018
14
Ipso facto – imminent changes
Contracts may need to be amended to ensure that a party has appropriately protected its commercial interest.
Australia
2 Jul 2018
15
Dodgy documents – managing deal risk and contractual exposure
Both parties to a contract must fully understand the assets and commitments the subject of the proposed transaction.
Australia
5 May 2018
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Pre-contractual communications and disputes: NSW Court of Appeal provides guidance
Understanding how a court may approach contractual interpretation is critical to determining whether or not to litigate.
Australia
26 Apr 2018
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The Horticulture Code of Conduct is now in full effect for growers and traders
The Code mandates compulsory agreements between growers and traders and introduces civil penalties for non-compliance.
Australia
21 Apr 2018
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How to avoid penalties for M&A financial assistance
Financial assistance provisions often catch many acts that may not immediately appear as obvious financial assistance - beware.
Australia
18 Apr 2018
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Confidentiality – what happens when parties do not comply in M&A transactions?
This article considers confidentiality agreements more closely, including what happens when parties do not comply.
Australia
6 Apr 2018
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Get swifty about your continuous disclosure obligations
GetSwift is facing an ASIC investigation for purportedly failing to comply with its continuous disclosure obligations.
Australia
12 Mar 2018
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