The Property Occupations Bill 2013 will come into effect in late 2014 and it’s important to understand the implications of this Bill on the Queensland Property industry. The Property Agents

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After many decades of being part of the landscape in Buderim we found that we had outgrown our premises. As of 30 June 2014 we are now located at 3/20

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On 15 October 2013 the Qld Government proposed radical amendments to the current Qld workers compensation scheme that were strongly opposed by the Qld Law Society, trade unions, plaintiff and

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In 2006, Brodie Panlock, a 19 year old waitress in Victoria tragically took her own life. Later investigation revealed that while at work and afterhours, Brodie was continually bullied by

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A Statutory Demand is a written demand for payment served by a creditor on a company when the company owes money to the creditor according to the Corporations Act 2001.

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There are several things a potential buyer should look out for when purchasing or selling a business with a liquor license. These things are not always obvious but are particularly

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Red Tape Reduction for Queensland Liquor Licensing The new bill ‘Liquor and Gaming (Red Tape Reduction) and other Legislation Amendment Bill 2013’ will result in a range of changes to

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Instalment Contracts A contract is considered an Instalment Contract when the Buyer pays the purchase price of a property in increments over time to the Seller and does not obtain

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Directors of companies that are in financial trouble are always wary of Section 588G of the Corporations Act which provides that directors are personally liable if their company incurs a

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The Workplace Health and Safety Act 2011 (Qld)(“the Act”) is now well and truly up and running having taken effect on the 1st of January 2012. At its commencement there

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