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Property Law: The new GST withholding regime.

If you are a property developer, an Agent or a purchaser of a new residential premises you need to be aware of your obligations under the amended legislation and the significance of 1 July 2018 in relation to sales of new residential premises.
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Safe Harbour protection is designed to provide relief to distressed companies to improve the prospects of implementing a successful turnaround strategy.
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Contesting a WIll.

The New South Wales Court of Appeal recently considered the circumstances in which a former spouse can pursue a claim against a deceased estate.
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Contractual rights to terminate for insolvency.

Recent changes to the Corporations Act 2001 are set to take effect from 1 July 2018 such that so-called ‘ipso facto’ clauses are only enforceable with court approval in the insolvency context.
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In the Federal court case of Cristovao v Tan & Tan Lawyers Pty Ltd the decision confirms the importance of seeking appropriate advice, given by qualified professionals, prior to involvement in litigation.
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The Federal Court of Appeal was satisfied that Heinz and its nutritionists ought to have known that its representations regarding the health benefits of SHREDZ were false or misleading, particularly given the product was made up of almost two-thirds sugar content.
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If you’re an experienced property developer or a first-time speculator, seeking advice prior to purchasing a property to redevelop is a crucial first step.
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The Full Federal Court of Australia considered the circumstance of a valuer being sued for the alleged misleading and deceptive valuation of commercial property.
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TRIP HAZARD - Exclusion Clause Limits Liability

Recently the Queensland Court of Appeal considered an exclusion of liability clause in an engineering consulting contract.

The decision confirms that exclusion clauses may be an effective tool in limiting the potential liability of consultants after a man sustains injuries tripping over the plinth of a petrol bowser.
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On 22 February 2018, new laws in respect of notifiable data breaches take effect altering the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (‘Privacy Act’) to impose additional obligations on businesses it impacts (‘APP Entities’).
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