Companies should implement amendments to contracts and update compliance materials, to comply with the new regime.
The classification of premises as either RP or CRP for GST purposes has long been an area of unnecessary complexity.
In the negotiation of complex agreements, clauses providing for agreed damages on termination can be a sticking point.
This recent decision provides some guidance as to the basis on which a purchaser may rescind an 'off-the-plan' contract.
The Policy encourages private sector investment in infrastructure by providing an alternative to full private finance.
Parallel imports, overseas brands and registrability of building names came under scrutiny in Australian courts in 2012.
The ACCC took enforcement action against standard form consumer contract terms which were unfair and unenforceable.
The newsletter includes links to media releases, cases and legislation relating to superannuation & funds management.
Standard contracts for NSW retirement villages will be mandatory for contracts entered into on or after 1 October 2013.
Continuous disclosure is again attracting attention with recent amendments to the Listing Rules and a new Guidance Note.
The fact that Pepscanz' PUREX mark is well known in New Zealand was held against it in this recent opposition decision.
The levy could be costly for owners of large commercial and industrial buildings, and for tenants liable for outgoings.
Young people need to be aware of the possible criminal consequences of sexting and posting such images on the internet.
Businesses should keep abreast of the position of the ACCC, to ensure they stay on the right side of the regulator.
When dealing with seized goods, customs powers can now result in greater protection of trade mark and copyright rights.
The new Budget expects some businesses to pay tax before receiving payment from customers, creating cashflow problems.
These PPSA model clauses by 5 law firms set out suggested clauses and definitions for certain core provisions of a GSA.
The SA harmonisation process illustrates how vulnerable the uniformity of OHS legislation is to state-based interests.
New WA mine safety legislation is being drafted, which is intended to replace the existing Mines Safety Inspection Act.
The article explains how to identify leaders, to encourage contributions to and support of WHS systems and improvement.