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What an Executor or an Administrator needs to know and do when administering a deceased's estate...

Presenter:  Roslyn Kozlowski
  Come to our free information session to find out everything you need to know about what an Executor or an administrator needs to know and do when administering a deceased's estate.  If you are likely to...

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Start Time:   6:00pm
Date:   Wednesday 27th August 2014
Venue:   29 Smith Street, Charlestown
Phone Enquiries:   02 4804 8000
Email Enquiries:   enquiries@turnbullhill.com.au
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Have you been left out of a Will, or not properly provided for? Is the Will legally binding, can you Challenge the Will?

Presenter: Adrian Corbould
Have you been left out of a Will and treated unfairly? There is something you can do about it. Come to our free information session to find out everything you need to know about what to do if you've been left out of ...

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Start Time:   6:00pm
Date:   Wednesday 3rd September 2014
Venue:   29 Smith Street, Charlestown
Phone Enquiries:   02 4904 8000
Email Enquiries:   enquiries@turnbullhill.com.au
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Buying or Selling Property - Everything you need to know!

Presenter: John Teague Come to our free information session to find out everything you need to know about buying or selling property. The session covers a number of helpful, practical tips and a clear explanation of the important factors, including...

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Start Time:   6:00pm
Date:   Wednesday 24th September 2014
Venue:   29 Smith Street, Charlestown
Phone Enquiries:   0249048000
Email Enquiries:   enquiries@turnbullhill.com.au
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Publications

Reasonable Additional Hours

A ruling in a September Court case provides an example of what constitutes "reasonable additional hours". This case is useful in getting an understanding of what "reasonable additional hours" means. Notwithstanding the Law will change from 1 January 2010. Note: If you are a national system employer, under current l...

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Structuring Your Purchase

Many people neglect to consider the structure of ownership of a property at the time of purchase. It is a matter that should be considered and advised upon at an early stage, often prior to obtaining pre-approval from the bank. This is because your bank may have certain requirements, depending on the type of finance you require or how much yo...

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Australian Consumer Law provides protection for businesses, not just your typical consumer

The Australian Consumer Law (ACL) has been in operation for over 3 years. It commenced on 1 January 2011. Despite the name, a significant aspect of the ACL provides protection for business. Specifically, the statutory consumer guarantees contained in the ACL will apply to many goods acquired by small and medium sized businesses for use in...

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Doing a deal with your ex-spouse has just been made a whole lot more taxing

On 30 July 2014, Taxation Ruling 2014/5 came into effect. This ruling has important tax implications for the shareholders of private companies who receive a payment of money or the transfer of property from such companies in accordance with Family Law Court Orders under the Family Law Act. Prior to this Ruling, it had been argued that ...

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Selling? What about accepting a deposit of less than 10%?

Under a Contract for the Sale of Land in NSW a Purchaser is required to pay a deposit, usually being 10% of the purchase price, at exchange of Contracts. The balance of the purchase price is then paid by the purchaser once the Contract is completed (at settlement). The deposit is usually held by the Agent until settlement has taken place and ...

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