Under the HomeBuilder Scheme eligible purchasers or home renovators will receive a $25,000.00 grant on new home builds or substantial renovation works for properties being used as their principle place of residence.
Research shows that around 50% of people in NSW do not have a Will. So what are the consequences if you die without one?
When delving into the world of estate planning, it is important to consider the treatment of a disabled beneficiary under a Will.
Take a look at some common concerns that clients have.
Marcus provides insight into the amendments to the Residential Tenancies Act in relation to COVID-19. Take a look at what this might mean for you.
The federal government has introduced new legislation to modify the requirements for company meetings and the execution of documents by companies under the Corporations Act.
The new changes will take effect from 6 May 2020 and are outlined in the Corporations (Coronavirus Economic Response) Determination (No. 1) 2020.
In this VLOG Amelia looks at web verification and how these systems are being used to complete transactions remotely.
In this VLOG, Amelia provides us with an update on the state of play regarding auctions and open houses in NSW.
We take a look at the 2 key principles of the mandatory code of conduct for Commercial Leasing. Marcus discusses what are the obligations of the landlord and the tenant?
The role of an Appointor in a Discretionary Trust Deed or Family Trust is important as they have the power to decide who the trustee is in the deed. We often come across trust deeds for clients who are not sure who the Appointor is. It’s vital that you find out who is the nominated person and ensure they are the correct person to hold this position. If there’s someone appointed in the role that you do not want in that position, they can potentially change the trustee without any authority of the current trustee and then potentially get control of that trust. It’s extremely important to review the trust deed or get advice to make sure the correct person is appointed. If we can offer any advice for your situation please get in touch.
Do you have a shareholders agreement in place for your business?
Are you covered for events like insolvency, bankruptcy, or if a shareholder becomes incapacitated? Its important to cover yourself as unfortunately these things can happen. Camille explains what is a Shareholders Agreement and why you should have one in place.