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Claire Ross

Phone: 02 4904 8083

Email: cross@turnbullhill.com.au

Claire commenced work with Turnbull Hill Lawyers as a graduate in January 2009 after attending the University of Newcastle.

Claire works in Commercial Debt Recovery, General Commercial and Equity Litigation, Corporate Insolvency and Bankruptcy and Industrial Relations and Employment Law. She has been involved in proceedings over a range of jurisdictions including the Local Court, District Court, Supreme Court, Court of Appeal, Federal Magistrate's Court, Consumer Trader and Tenancy Tribunal and Australian Industrial Relations Commission.

Claire is committed to best practice principles and prides herself on taking a commercially sensible and practical approach to legal service delivery. She regularly identifies and analyses client needs and provides innovative legal solutions in an efficient and timely manner.

Claire's interests outside work include playing sport and spending time with her family and friends.

Specialisations

Business and Corporate Law
Commercial Litigation

Qualifications

Bachelor of Law
Bachelor of Business (majoring in Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management)
Diploma of Legal Practice

Publications

Business - Legal

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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