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Business Owners – How to ensure your and your family’s future financial security – the importance of effective Estate Planning for your Business

July 2019 Business Owners – How to ensure your and your family’s future financial security – the importance of effective Estate Planning for your Business Key Take Aways Business owners should have in place as a minimum an up to date Will, a Power of Attorney and either a Buy-Sell Agreement or a Shareholders Agreement. [...]

By | 2019-07-22T12:10:14+11:00 July 22nd, 2019|Insights|Comments Off on Business Owners – How to ensure your and your family’s future financial security – the importance of effective Estate Planning for your Business

Retail Tenants’ Right to Stop Paying Rent

July 2019 Retail Tenants' Right to Stop Paying Rent Key Takeaways Retail tenants have a right to stop paying rent if the Premises are damaged or cannot be fully utilised.Care must be taken by a tenant before they stop paying rent.Proper evidence must be available to the tenant to substantiate the reason for not paying [...]

By | 2019-07-18T11:31:37+11:00 July 18th, 2019|Insights|Comments Off on Retail Tenants’ Right to Stop Paying Rent

ACCC Takes Another Franchisor to Court

June 2019 ACCC takes another Franchisor to Court Key Takeaways The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is increasingly active in commencing proceedings against a franchisors; andRepresentations made to franchisees by a franchisor’s promotional material to provide goods or services in a specified timeframe may be false, misleading or deceptive Overview of Claim Against Franchisor [...]

By | 2019-06-20T11:13:01+11:00 June 20th, 2019|Insights|Comments Off on ACCC Takes Another Franchisor to Court

Parliamentary Joint Committee Report on Fairness in Franchising

March 2019 Parliamentary Joint Committee Report on Fairness in Franchising Key Takeaways The Parliamentary Join Committee (Committee) released its long-awaited report on Thursday 14 March 2019. The Committee has made 71 recommendations for change to laws related to franchising, including but not limited to the Franchising Code of Conduct (Code). Retail Lease recommendations were specifically [...]

By | 2019-03-18T16:57:55+11:00 March 18th, 2019|Business, Consumer Law, Franchising, Leasing, Retail|Comments Off on Parliamentary Joint Committee Report on Fairness in Franchising

Court confirms pattern of conduct by Franchisor unconscionable, misleading and deceptive

March 2019 The Federal Court of Australia confirms that a pattern of conduct by a car wash Franchisor (Geowash)  was unconscionable, misleading and deceptive, and in breach of an obligation to act in good faith Key Takeaways A Court may determine a franchisor has engaged in unconscionable conduct or did not act in good faith [...]

By | 2019-03-15T10:30:11+11:00 March 15th, 2019|Business, Consumer Law, Contract Law, Retail|Comments Off on Court confirms pattern of conduct by Franchisor unconscionable, misleading and deceptive

Court Awarded Security for Costs Despite a Litigation Funder’s Indemnity Against Adverse Costs

March 2019 Court Awarded Security for Costs Despite a Litigation Funder's Indemnity Against Adverse Costs Key Takeaways The fact that the Plaintiff company is in liquidation or in the process of winding up in insolvency does not always mean that it will be unable to pay the litigation costs and the costs order. The Court [...]

By | 2019-03-11T13:58:30+11:00 March 6th, 2019|Business, Dispute Resolution, Insolvency, Litigation|Comments Off on Court Awarded Security for Costs Despite a Litigation Funder’s Indemnity Against Adverse Costs

Distributions to Creditors by a Liquidator Justified, Despite Claims from Former Employees

February 2019 Distributions to Creditors by a Liquidator Justified, Despite Claims from Former Employees Key Takeaways  Distributions to the creditors of a company by a Liquidator can, in certain circumstances, be justified, even if there remain claims by former employees. A Liquidator ignoring claims of the former employees of a company with respect to their [...]

By | 2019-02-01T16:34:03+11:00 February 1st, 2019|Business, Insolvency, Workplace Law|Comments Off on Distributions to Creditors by a Liquidator Justified, Despite Claims from Former Employees

Search and Seizure of Company’s Property, Books and Records by a Liquidator

January 2019 Search and Seizure of Company's Property, Books and Records by a Liquidator Key Takeaways A persistent pattern of non-cooperation and evasion of a person who is in possession of the company’s property or books is sufficient to satisfy the requirements in s 530C of the Corporation Act 2001 (Cth) (Act) and for the [...]

By | 2019-02-01T16:25:21+11:00 January 29th, 2019|Business, Insolvency|Comments Off on Search and Seizure of Company’s Property, Books and Records by a Liquidator

More choice, tailored products and lower prices!  Impacts of Consumer Data Right legislation.

October 2018 More choice, tailored products and lower prices!  Impacts of Consumer Data Right legislation. Summary of key points The Consumer Data Right will apply to individuals, small to medium and large businesses. It is asserted that these rights will lead to more choice, tailored products and lower prices, amongst other things. If you are [...]

By | 2018-10-19T16:24:40+11:00 October 19th, 2018|Business, Consumer Law, Privacy Law|Comments Off on More choice, tailored products and lower prices!  Impacts of Consumer Data Right legislation.

Retail Leases – When can a landlord refuse consent to assign?

September 2018 Retail Leases – when can a landlord refuse consent to assign? The recent Victorian Consumer & Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) decision of AVC Operations Pty Limited v Teley Pty Limited [2018] VCAT 931 (Bush Inn Hotel Case) is a reminder highlighting the limitations on Landlord’s ability to refuse consent to an assignment of a [...]

By | 2018-09-05T08:39:03+11:00 September 5th, 2018|Business, Leasing, Property, Retail|Comments Off on Retail Leases – When can a landlord refuse consent to assign?