Your business might be in good hands today, but what happens if adversity comes your way? A buy and sell agreement might come in handy. Even if you’re confident...Read More
Take-away Message Can an assignee sue for pre-assignment breaches? Yes, unless the terms of the commercial contract specifically state that they cannot… Introduction An assignee is a person (or...Read More
What do you need to know about the personal property securities register (PPSR) if you are purchasing or selling a business?
In our previous article, which can be found here (http://www.turnbullhill.com.au/personal-properties-securities.html), Gavin Hanrahan provided an overview of the most recent changes to the laws relating to the PPSR. That article...Read More
What is required of an insured to comply with the duty to disclose set out in section 21 of the Insurance Contracts Act
A recent decision of the NSW Court of Appeal sheds some light on what an insured’ duty of disclosure obliges the insured to do. Section 21 of the Insurance...Read More
Updated – July, 2017 The high income threshold for unfair dismissals refers to the highest possible income an employee can have, unless they are covered by an award or...Read More
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....Read More