If directors and majority shareholders of a company are conducting themselves in a manner that oppresses minority shareholders, the minority shareholders may have a claim against them.
No two companies are the same, therefore, no two shareholders agreement should be either. Lawyer Catherine Tan provides some useful tips for entering into a shareholder agreement in this Mandarin Guide.
A recent VCAT decision has determined that landlords cannot recover outgoings from a tenant if an estimate of outgoings is not provided in accordance with section 46 of the Retail Leases Act 2003 (Vic).
Contesting a will is an emotionally challenging decision that regularly involves disputes with a loved one. To try and minimise distress and ensure a smooth process, it is important to ensure that you make the correct claim within the required timeframes.
Welcome to the July 2019 edition of Property Insights! Presented by the Madgwicks Property team, this newsletter is full of recent developments in the property industry, case studies and industry news.
Lauren Milne delves into telecommunications and specifically examines telecommunications leasing and how the requirements of a telecommunications carrier differ from those of other commercial tenants.
Parts of the highly anticipated Sale of Land Amendment Act 2019 (the Act) are now in operation, bringing important changes to the Sale of Land Act 1962 (Vic).
A recent VCAT decision has determined that a quarry was governed by the Retail Leases Act 2003 (Vic).
The County Court has held in a recent case that a landlord cannot hold a tenant’s goods until outstanding rent is paid.