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Exposed directors – Don’t pay for company debts

Recent changes to Commonwealth legislation have extended the enforcement measures, and decreased the reporting timeframes, for a company’s superannuation guarantee charge (SGC) obligations ...

Private Clients

What happens to my super when I die?

Most people assume that their Super will be paid to whoever they have left their assets to in their Will. However, this is not always the case – so be careful!

Business

Insolvency Law Reform – Company Directors

Recent changes to Commonwealth legislation have significantly reformed the law relating to corporate insolvency practices, and have created new provisions designed to give greater flexibility to companies in financial distress.

Property & Construction

Cash poor but asset rich: How Clubs can unlock the value in their biggest asset

Land redevelopment is an expensive proposition. In considering how to unlock the value of their land ...

Property & Construction

What is community title in the ACT?

Community title is a form of land tenure in the Australian Capital Territory, which brings separate parcels of land together in a ‘community’ of land that have a shared interest or use in common land eg roads or amenities.

Property & Construction

Resolving Fencing Disputes

Disputes between neighbours about the height, colour and materials used for a border fence, not to mention costs, are a frequent source of disputes between Territorians...

Property & Construction

Subdivide Rural or Farm Land in NSW

In NSW, any plan that creates new boundaries for separate use or occupation constitutes a subdivision of the existing parcel. The purpose of a subdivision is generally so that the owner of a large parcel of land can divide the parcel into smaller lots (being separate titles) to be sold off separately.

Private Clients

Retirement Villages – What could go wrong?

Entering into a retirement village contract is an important financial and legal step – possibly second only to the purchase of your home ...

Business

So, do you remember that guarantee you gave?

It will be a very rare occurrence that the question ‘do you remember that guarantee you gave?’ will be followed by good news.

Business

Five Big Changes To Employment

So, it’s time to brush off the cobwebs that might have accumulated over the holiday break, and make sure you and your company are still employment compliant.

Private Clients

Buying a Retirement Villa – What you need to know

With an ageing population, the volume and choice of retirement based accommodation is increasing around the country. There has also been a lot of media attention around the fairness of retirement village contracts.

Property & Construction

The Secure Local Jobs Code – what you need to know

Early in the New Year, the ACT Government is set to impose significant changes to how contractors must tender for Territory-funded works, under its Secure Local Jobs Package ...

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