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Is your Heads of Agreement or email exchange binding?
When negotiating a purchase or sale or other transaction, often parties will wish to confirm the terms in writing by email or by signing a Heads of Agreement or Key Terms document. This can…Posted on 29 Apr 2019
Wind Farm Leases
Ballarat and Western Districts are experiencing a boom in wind farm development, with many farmers being approached with offers to build turbines on their land. Unfortunately, in the excitement of extra income and a…Posted on 25 Mar 2019
New legislation with respect to the taking of Affidavits and Statutory Declarations
The Oaths and Affirmations Act 2018 (VIC) has come into operation and makes practical changes to the law and simplifies the requirements for the taking of Affidavits. Until now there have been quite formal…Posted on 25 Mar 2019
Deceased Estates. What “rights” does a beneficiary under a Will have?
Not infrequently, beneficiaries can feel that they are being kept in the dark as an executor administers the Estate. Thus the question “what are my rights?”. Where a deceased has left a Will and…Posted on 5 Dec 2018
Can I terminate an employee’s employment once they’ve made false allegations of workplace bullying?
“We have here a classic example of a disgruntled and disaffected employee whose own behaviour was in question deflecting attention from their behaviour by making false allegations against others.” In the case of Ms…Posted on 28 Nov 2018
“Once more unto the Breach”: Review of the Eligible Data Breach Scheme
New legislation requires entities with an annual turnover of $3 million or more, or who provide health services or store health records, to take positive steps to determine whether a data breach has or…Posted on 3 Jul 2018
ED Black Charitable Trust
The late Ernest Donald Black (in 1974), in association with Nevett Ford Lawyers established a charitable trust. Mr Black’s generosity meant that the whole of his estate on his death constituted the trust funds….Posted on 1 Jul 2018
Superannuation Borrowings in an SMSF
[et_pb_section bb_built=”1″][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text _builder_version=”3.5.1″] There has been much talk in the press recently about the ability of Self Managed Superannuation Funds to borrow. You would be excused from thinking that radical changes had been…Posted on 1 Jun 2018
GST Withholding – new residential premises or potential residential land
Changes have been made to the GST Laws which will require purchasers of new residential premises or subdivisions of potential residential land to withhold at settlement an amount for GST and remit it to…Posted on 4 May 2018
Conveyancing Information for Sellers
It is our role to safeguard your interests throughout the Conveyancing process. From your first decision to sell your property right through to completion, it is important that you consult us at each stage…