The recent High Court decision in the case of Bell Lawyers Pty Ltd v Pentelow will have significant ramifications for
As Australia’s aging population continues to rapidly expand, more and more people are asking their loved ones to be their
Welcome to the September 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.
Carrying on from Part One of my article titled: How is telecommunications leasing different to any other type of commercial
Not a ‘fan’ of VCAT’s recent decision, the Supreme Court of Victoria has cleared the air in relation to air-conditioners in leased premises
In brief The Supreme Court of Victoria has overruled a recent VCAT decision centred around a landlord’s repair obligations for
In brief On 1 August 2019, Land Use Victoria mandated that nearly all land transfer transactions, including complex stamp duty
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).