If a landlord has correctly terminated a lease, the tenant usually has the right to have the lease reinstated if the tenant remedies the breach of the lease that led to the termination.
Parliament has passed the Sale of Land Amendment Bill 2019 (Vic) which brings into effect retrospective legislation relating to sunset dates (also known as latest dates for registration) in the off-the-plan contracts of sale.
Misuse of confidential information can be a significant cost to a business and ensuring the business has evidence of misuse is crucial to the success of the claim.
Welcome to the 2019 edition of the Meritas Legal Guide for Business Investment and Expansion in Australia.
Under the Australian Consumer Law, agents may be liable where that information is considered misleading or deceptive. Whilst disclaimers can be an effective shield against liability, they are not failsafe.
Nearly a year after the introduction of the GST withholding laws, property developers are continuing to get tripped up by the new regime.
A recent decision reinforces the importance of liquidators carefully considering whether to appeal a decision of the Court after seeking directions as they may be doing so at their own personal cost.
“I’m just saying!” – Are you making a defamatory publication? Mandarin Guide to Defamation in Australia
Madgwicks is proud to present the Mandarin Guide to Defamation in Australia.