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.
The definition of what constitutes a lease under the PPSA is wide and if you get it wrong by failing to register a lease which should be registered on the Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR), it can be an expensive mistake.
Eight months after the introduction of the mandatory data breach notification laws in Australia, Technology Partner Dudley Kneller writes for the LexisNexis Internet Law Bulletin on some indications of emerging trends.
Even if the leasing of goods forms just a small part of your business, you need to ensure that you register on the PPSR to ensure that your leased goods are protected.
Our November Workplace Relations Insights newsletter contains articles on recent developments in the area of workplace relations. Articles include: Test
Casual employee entitlement to annual leave to be explored in test case to mitigate the effects of the Full Federal Court Decision in WorkPac Pty Ltd v Skene  FCCA 3035