Injuries in the workplace? – written by Nicole Doyle, Associate. Managing an injured employee can be challenging.  Even if an employee’s sickness or injury is non-work related, there are still

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Have you been injured at work? – written by Nicole Doyle, Associate. According to WorkSafe Queensland the highest risk industry on the Sunshine Coast, with a hugely disproportionate number of

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Residential Property Transactions and Valuations – written by Rachel Clutterbuck Lawyer. If you are acquiring residential property in Queensland, you will generally have to pay transfer duty. Transfer duty on a

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Additional Foreign Acquirer Duty – written by Rachel Clutterbuck, Lawyer. If you are acquiring residential land in Queensland and you are classed as a foreign acquirer, you may be liable

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Making a Payment Claim BCIPA (QLD) – written by Wayne Davis, Lawyer. If you are in the building industry, then it is important that you understand the workings of the

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For the purpose of applying for winding-up orders, issuing a statutory demand is currently the most common first step in establishing that a company is insolvent. Where a company owes

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Changes for Property Sales From 1 July 2016, vendors who sell property for a contract price $2 million or more will be affected by amendments to the Tax and Superannuation

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According to WorkSafe Queensland the highest risk industry on the Sunshine Coast, with a hugely disproportionate number of workers compensation claims, is the manufacturing industry. This includes metal product manufacturing,

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Off the plan contracts are regularly used for the sale of property in developing estates and allow for the sale of property prior to a building being constructed. In Queensland,

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Termination Entitlements With the exception of an employee whose employment is genuinely terminated as a consequence of serious misconduct, an employee should receive the following entitlements in their final pay:

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