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Owners and managers that have operated in the corporate industry for a number of years are no doubt aware the

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Directors Beware – Criminal Liability May Arise for Breaches by the Company The decision in ACCC (Australian Competition and Consumer

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In Note Printing Australia Ltd v Leckenby [2015] VSCA 105, the Victorian Court of Appeal upheld the decision made in

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Digital Communication and the Formation of Contracts In the digital world we now live in it is prudent to give

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FIDIC Contracts and Managing Interface Risk in Queensland International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC) contracts are sometimes used in Queensland

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Company directors may take heart from Mariner decision Justice Beach in Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) v Mariner Corporation

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In the decision of McNab Developments (Qld) Pty Ltd v MAK Construction Services Pty Ltd & Ors [2014] QCA 232,

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How are standard forms of contract used in the construction industry across Australia? The Melbourne Law School conducted a research

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On 1 July, 2015, new contractual requirements took effect and the new laws have a direct impact on residential building

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The introduction of the Property Occupations Act 2014 (Qld) (the Act) on 1 December 2014, was seen as a means

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Following the commencement of the Building and Construction Industry Payments Amendment Act 2014 (BCIPA) on 15 December 2014, a number

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The Queensland Supreme Court in Lean Field Developments Pty Ltd v E & I Global Solutions (Aust) Pty Ltd &

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One of the features of construction projects are the different layers of contracts within the network, and of the levels,

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In Carter v Delgrove Holdings Pty Ltd [2013] FCCA 783, the Federal Circuit Court had to determine whether the respondent

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A building covenant is restrictive covenant and strictly defined a restrictive covenant is a provision in a deed limiting the

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What is an Instalment Contract? An “Instalment Contract” is a contract for sale of land in terms of which the

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In Australia’s building and construction industry there is generally a good standard of workmanship from contractors and subcontractors, however from