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By Scott Andersen
The general rule in bankruptcy is that a person's property, including the family home, vests in the bankruptcy trustee.
By Simon Cathro
Advisors and business owners should get early expert advice on this issue of employee versus contractor entitlements.
By James Robba
This court appointment is an option available to CTS lot owners to terminate a property venture when owners cannot agree.
By Paul Nogueira
The premise of these arrangements allows consumers to obtain goods/services immediately and to pay for them over time.
By Michael Griffin
This article discusses four areas of company regulation that Australian directors should be aware of.
By Stephen Hundy
Often, the company director of a SME can be personally liable for a significant proportion of the company's liabilities.
By Rita Chan
Despite any sale contract terms about who is responsible for the employee entitlements, the Fair Work Act rules prevail.
By John Goggin
The article raises awareness about legal and government initiatives to tighten the net around illegal phoenix activity.
By Nikhil Khatri
The safe harbour laws provide company directors with an opportunity to explore restructuring opportunities.
By Nikhil Khatri
The bill aims to make the debt agreement system more accessible and to provide more protection for debtors and creditors.
By Paul Burness
Best practice in these four areas, or a focus on continual improvement, will do wonders to ensure business longevity.
By Dean Phillips
The Bankruptcy Act 1966 provisions allow and encourage a person to continue earning an income throughout the bankruptcy.
By Andrew Blundell
Employee entitlements are given priority in an insolvency, whether the employer is a company or trading as a trustee.
By Ryan McIlveen
Article explains the rights that a bank with a GSI has over unsecured creditors.
By Andrew Worrell
Article discusses five reasons why it considers that a sale from a share registry is exempt.
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