Dispute Resolution News
So after a nail-biting fortnight, Bill Shorten has conceded the election and the Coalition have been returned to Government with Malcolm Turnbull remaining at the helm (at least for the time being)....read more
With the rise of social media, instances of defamation are reaching a much wider audience and can have significant consequences for not for profit organisations. With an increased ability and tendency to monitor social media, more and more…...read more
Many residents in aged care facilities have attorneys appointed under an Enduring Power of Attorney, giving the attorney the power to make personal, health and financial decisions on behalf of the resident....read more
You probably already know that if you want to recover a debt from a company, a Statutory Notice of Demand (Statutory Demand) is a powerful tool to use. This is predominately due to the fact that unless a company takes steps to set aside the Statutory Demand or pays the debt in full within 21 days, that company is deemed insolvent and can be wound up.
In our previous article we discussed how in certain circumstances false representations made by a real estate agent prior to entering into the contract may provide a buyer with an opportunity to terminate an off-the-plan contract.
Buying-off the plan is similar to going on a first date. You don’t know what to expect and it doesn't always end well.
With the reduction in returns from standard investments and the relaxation of rules relating to superannuation investment, it is understandable that investors will look to expand the scope of their superfund's operations. While superannuation is intended to be a nest egg for the future, these factors can lead to failed investments and complex consequences of insolvencies.