The purpose of this article is to identify issues that commercial landlords need to be aware of so that they can avoid disputes with their tenants and, if disputes cannot be avoided, navigate them in an efficient and cost-effective way.
Insolvency law is a highly technical area, and the outcomes that can be achieved are often limited where advice is not sought until the 11th hour. Being proactive and seeking early legal and/or accounting advice is key to ensure the best possible outcome.
In this article, we will provide you with an overview of unfair preference claims, their possible consequences, and what you should do if you receive a demand for an unfair preference claim.
In this article, we will discuss the various types of costs orders, the circumstances in which a costs order may be made, and the factors that are considered by the Court when making a costs order in NSW.
In this article we will be looking at a tenant’s obligation to make good under a lease.
These types of disputes are often disruptive and financially damaging to the business and can be costly for the directors and shareholders to resolve, especially when there is no Shareholders’ Agreement in place.
A Shareholders’ Agreement is a private binding contract between shareholders of a company.
Increased ATO debt recovery action likely to lead to credit tightening and increase recovery action for SMEs
Recently, liquidators we have dealings with, are reporting an increase in enquiries relating to new collection activity from the ATO as it seeks to address the $1.3 billion shortfall against its compliance revenue target.
If you are a business located outside of Australia or an overseas legal practitioner acting for clients and looking for ways to recover judgment debts from a person or business with assets in Australia, then it is important that you carefully consider the available process for registering and enforcing foreign judgment in Australia to avoid…
In this article, we’ll explain what Surcharge Purchase Duty and Surcharge Land Tax are, and the types of situations in which the advice provided (or failure to advise) by a solicitor, conveyancer, or other advisor might amount to negligence.