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Amendments to the Privacy Act 1988 (the “Act”) come into force on 12 March and will affect all businesses.The amendments to the Act...
STEP Journal | February 2014 Issue | Click here to read the pdf copy of our article in the February 2014 issue of STEP Journal.Charlie Young...
Do you know what happens to your digital assets after death? Read comments from Senior Associate, Charlie Young, in today's issue of The...
Not all businesses succeed, a number of them will eventually end up in liquidation.Often it can be difficult to determine whether or not your...
Directors… tread carefully!It has been 18 months since the new Director Penalty Notice Regime (“DPN Regime”) was introduced and a...
There are several ways in which a party can file an application to have your company wound up.By far the most common is on the grounds of insolvency...
Author: Ashley Mackinnon | Brisbane Times See article hereThe methods of hotel crowd controllers have come under fire from one Brisbane lawyer,...
Sometimes, in order to avoid actually going bankrupt, an individual will consider or attempt to put up a Part 10 proposal to the creditors to resolve...
There are two main types of statutory demands. One is based on a Court judgment against a company, the other relies upon an affidavit stating...
Trust structures with a company trustee are often used to try and protect assets.Often when a creditor takes action to try and wind up the corporate...

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