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Caveats – Benefits & Risks

Caveats – Benefits & Risks

What is a Caveat and why are they important? Caveats are a powerful tool in protecting the legal or equitable interests of an individual or entity in real property. What is a Caveat? A caveat is a document that is lodged with the Land Titles Office, a division of the Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy, that prevents any person, including a registered proprietor, from dealing with real property. A caveat prevents a person from selling or otherwise transferring ownership of real...

The Basics of Intellectual Property for Small Businesses

The Basics of Intellectual Property for Small Businesses

In the world governed by the use of cyberspace, where any person from any part of the world can find any information by simply saying “Hey Google”, the protection of a businesses’ intellectual property has never been more important. Despite this, the concept of intellectual property remains a mystery to everyday business owners which creates risks to their businesses’ goodwill, reputation and future success. So what is intellectual property and how can we mitigate these risks? What is...

Changes to Creditor’s Statutory Demands and Bankruptcy Notices

Changes to Creditor’s Statutory Demands and Bankruptcy Notices

As a result of the foreshadowed impacts of the Coronavirus, temporary laws in relations to Creditor’s Statutory Demands and Bankruptcy Notices were introduced in March 2020. As a result of these temporary laws: the statutory minimum for issuing a Statutory Demand was increased from $2,000.00 to $20,000.00; the statutory minimum for issuing a Bankruptcy Notice was increased from $5,000.00 to $20,000.00; and the period to comply with a Statutory Demand and/or Bankruptcy Notice was increased from...

Client Success Story – Consumer Law and Franchising

Client Success Story – Consumer Law and Franchising

We recently represented the Seventh and Eighth Respondents in a lengthy trial in the Federal Court of Australia, Victoria Registry and achieved a great result. The important and timely decision clarifies the law around: 1. accessorial liability for employees and contractors in respect of misleading or deceptive conduct; and 2. the limits of a franchisee's ability to rely upon representations as to future matters. The case has now been reported in the Australian Law Reports ((2020) 381 ALR 668)...

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