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When establishing a business, it is important to consider how you would like your business’s external and internal affairs to be managed. The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) requires a company’s internal management to be governed by either a company constitution or by the replaceable rules under section 141 of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth). Read more in our latest blog…

Purchasing your first home can be an exciting, but at times an also overwhelming experience. Ensuring that you are fully aware and understand what government support is available to you is vital and could save you thousands in the form of grants and incentives. Read more in our latest blog…

The New South Wales Government has been making a conscious effort to improve consumer confidence in residential buildings and developments.
As part of the suite of changes is the introduction of a transparent rating system to improve consumer confidence in quality operators and encourage compliance with best practices.

The Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia (FCFCOA) are piloting some new programs and initiatives to assist in Family Law matters.

The Director ID has been talked about by politicians and regulators for a long time. It has now officially been introduced. But what is it?

The NSW Government has implemented further measures to mandate rent relief for eligible commercial tenants impacted by COVID-19. 

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.

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?

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.

In light of COVID-19, businesses should consider whether or not they might be insured under their insurance policies for events that deal with infectious disease.