Selling your Retirement Village can be a daunting prospect, especially if you have not been through this process before. How can you maximise your chances of achieving a successful sale?...read more
Medication management is one of the highest risk areas for home care providers. As care recipients’ needs escalate and the complexity of their care increases, so too does the risk for providers who offer medication management services....read more
QUT has now produced the final outstanding recommendations report for strata law reform relating to the Building Units and Group Titles Act 1980...read more
As reported by Hynes Legal last year, the Housing Legislation (Building Better Futures) Amendment Bill 2017 made a number of amendments to the Retirement Villages Act 1999 (Qld) (RV Act).
What is a quorum?28 May
We don’t do much Latin these days in law. Plain English is all the rage (as it should be), but without a single doubt the most frequently used word is quorum.
Have you ever tried to take instructions from seven people at once? It happens quite a bit to us here in strataland.
Hynes Legal’s aged care and retirement living team have reinforced their position as one of the leading practices, both nationally and in Queensland after featuring in Doyles Guide’s Leading Health and Aged Care Law Firm List.
There are (obviously) two very different business models in the management rights and motel industries.
Hynes Legal is thrilled to announce that Anne Marie Cassaniti, a highly experienced Clinical Consultant, has joined our aged care and retirement living team.
Mandatory flu vaccination for aged care staff – can providers implement a ‘no jab, no shift’ policy?26 Apr
Whilst it is recognized that most providers offer an annual vaccination program, the Federal Government has now mandated that all aged care operators offer the flu vaccination to their staff.
Hynes Legal is pleased to announce the appointment of experienced commercial lawyer, Helen Kay, as an Associate Director.
Action required - new labour hire licencing scheme impacts all aged care and community service providers11 Apr
From 18 April 2018 all labour hire providers will need a licence to operate in Queensland.
Recovering debts in the aged care context can be complex, particularly where a resident has appointed an attorney or there are issues of capacity.
- Separating your lot from your management rights business03 Apr
- Federal Court decision on “Asset Replacement Charge” 07 Mar
- New licensing scheme impacts all aged care and community service providers15 Feb
- Voluntary Assisted Dying Act comes into law11 Dec
- Two Amendments to the Queensland Retirement Villages Act now in force28 Nov
- Where to now for strata law reform?16 Nov
- Amendments to the Queensland Retirement Villages Act passed06 Nov
- Queensland Parliament passes amendments to the Queensland Retirement Villages Act 199926 Oct
- Home care packages not meeting assessed needs and demand according to Government report22 Sep
- Senate Bill seeks to introduce mandated ratio of skilled staff to care recipients for all Australian aged care facilities 08 Sep
- Julie McStay announced as featured speaker at Health Metrics World Conference 201723 Aug
- Common management rights misconceptions08 Aug
- Can you sack an employee for not taking sick leave?03 Aug
- Workplace romance in the spotlight after AFL resignations 18 Jul
- Recent FWC decision provides no relief for aged care and community service providers06 Jul