Stamp duty waiver a win for buyers in Victoria
In brief In what has been an unprecedented year, the Victorian Government released the State Budget for 2020-21 (‘Budget‘) on 24 November 2020 with a stated objective of “putting people first”. To stimulate the property market and assist with housing...
17 December, 2020
An Introduction to Wills & Estates in Australia & New Zealand
If you require guidance or legal representation in respect of preparing or executing a will, or managing a dispute about an estate, in Australia or New Zealand then these law firms are available to assist in single or multiple jurisdictions.
14 December, 2020
Unpacking Unfair Preferences Series: Running account defence
When a liquidator brings a claim for an unfair preference against a company or individual, there are a number of defences available to them. In our earlier article we discussed the commonly used good faith defence. Another commonly used defence...
25 November, 2020
Unpacking Unfair Preferences Series: The good faith defence
The good faith defence is one of the most common in unfair preference cases, however it is not successful in many cases. It is important to understand the factors and evidence which will put you in the best position to...
18 November, 2020
Insolvent trading – know your obligations
Due to the economic repercussions of COVID-19, insolvent trading has become an area of law that all those involved in business should understand. With the temporary relief on insolvent trading for directors scheduled to end on 31 December 2020, it...
9 November, 2020