Renovations dragging on? A recent decision determined there was an implied term that building works be completed within a reasonable period of time.
Using an incorrectly spelt address when attempting to deliver a statutory demand proved to be an expensive lesson for one organisation.
The High Court has unanimously decided in favour of allowing a wife to assign her tax debt of $256,078.32 plus General Interest Charge (GIC) to her husband in a recent case.
Sent a mass email and didn’t BCC all recipients? You could be breaching data breach notification laws.
A recent VCAT decision considers whether a premises used by an online business primarily for production, packaging and storage of health supplements could be a retail premises.
Lay of the Land Property Tax Update: High Court rules on assessing the value of stamp duty regarding the value of company assets
A recent High Court decision outlines how to determine the value of stamp duty when assessing the value of company assets.
Valuer and Retail Leases Update – Failure by landlord to repair air-conditioning deemed to be a breach of the lease
If a lease provides that the premises are air-conditioned, then the landlord has an obligation to provide air-conditioning to the tenant.
PPSR Series: Getting super results from a super priority – learning how to use a PMSI under the PPSA
Special Counsel Catherine Ballantyne explains what you need to know about PMSI and the benefits and tips and tricks for registering and using them.
A recent decision makes it very clear that a leaking roof in a building is likely to be a landlord's responsibility to fix.