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By Catherine Ballantyne
If directors and majority shareholders oppress minority shareholders, minority shareholders may have a claim against them.
By Rohan Ingleton
Where the rent and outgoings of the lease exceed $1 million, the Retail Leases Act 2003 (Vic.) does not apply.
By Catherine Tan
Article sets out matters for shareholders to consider when entering into a joint venture or purchasing shares of a company.
By Rohan Ingleton
Article advises property managers regarding providing statements of anticipated outgoings in accordance with s46 of the RL Act.
By Catherine Ballantyne
To minimise distress and ensure a smooth process in contesting a will, it is important to ensure to claim correctly.
By Lauren Milne
The article examines how the requirements of a telecommunications carrier differ from those of other commercial tenants.
By Bethany Visser
This Act restricts sunset clauses, providing greater protections for purchasers of residential off the plan property.
By Rohan Ingleton
A recent VCAT decision determined that granting a lease for a quarry was governed by the Retail Leases Act 2003 (Vic).
By Catherine Ballantyne
The Victorian County Court recently held that a landlord cannot hold a tenant's goods until outstanding rent is paid.
By Catherine Ballantyne
What is the fine line between someone sharing their honest opinion in the review and that review becoming defamatory?
By Catherine Ballantyne
When selling a business, these key points may minimise the risk of being sued and avoid a lengthy and expensive dispute.
By James Christodoulakis
New economic entitlement regime in Victoria greatly increases the number of arrangements that are now subject to duty.
By Rohan Ingleton
A tenant usually has the right to have a terminated lease reinstated, if the breach is remedied with any extra charges.
By Jen Severn
Retrospective legislation relating to sunset dates in off-the-plan contracts of sale has come into effect in Victoria.
By Catherine Ballantyne
This case highlighted the need to ensure that evidence can support an allegation of misuse of confidential information.
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