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Welcome to Turnbull Hill Lawyers

Turnbull Hill Lawyers is a full-service office of lawyers providing assistance to the people and businesses of Newcastle, Central Coast & Sydney. Our law firm was established in 1969. With over 55 staff, we are proud to offer legal expertise in a broad range of practice areas.

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Commercial Litigation   Family Law, De Facto Law & Divorce
Business Acquisitions, Disposals & Mergers   Property Settlement - Marriage & De Facto
Business Succession   Conveyancing & Property
Business Asset Protection   Contested Wills
Business Structures   Wills & Estates
Workplace Relations & Employment   Deceased Estates, Probate & Administration
Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Restructuring   Enduring Guardian & Power of Attorney
Building & Construction   Personal Asset Protection
Risk Management   Estate Planning
Insurance   Criminal
Debt Recovery   Elder Law
Planning & Environmental   Claims
Personal Property Securities   Compensation & Insurance Personal Injury
Unfair Dismissal Claims   TPD & Superannuation Motor Vehicle
    Medical Negligence Dust Diseases
 

 

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Commercial Leases in NSW: Common Questions & Answers

Commercial Leases: Q&As 1. How long can a lease term be? Generally there is no restriction on the term of a Lease, but it must be fixed with certainty.  Related Articles: Commercial Leases  1. Understa...

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Commercial Leases - Get Them in Writing

Commercial Leases: Always get them in writing! I recently spoke to a client who is the owner of a commercial warehouse that he had leased out to a tenant some time ago.  Related Articles: Commercial Leases &nbs...

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The most important provision of a shareholders' agreement is the exit provision

There can be no doubt that if you are a shareholder and a party to a shareholders agreement, written or verbal, that one day you will exit the shareholders agreement… if you don’t voluntarily retire as a shareholder, then death can be avoided for only so long. However, retirement and death are mostly not the cause of dispute ...

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How your family business can most easily be put at risk by non-trading issues

Written by Warwick Gilbertson, Partner - Most family businesses are operated within complex structures such as family trusts or companies...and often a combination of these.   Most of these structures still provide potential tax benefits and other important benefits such as asset protection for key family members in the busi...

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What types of deadlock clauses are used in Shareholder Agreements?

A ‘deadlock’ occurs when shareholders have a major disagreement or dispute related to the management of a business; where neither shareholder has the majority vote, i.e. if 4 shareholders disagree on an issue and they each hold 25% of the company’s shares. To resolve a ‘deadlock’, shareholders follow a proce...

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