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What is copyright, how is it protected and when does infringement occur?
Directors are often required to sign as Guarantor for the obligations of a company but does this make an individual personally liable?
You may have been asked to sign a document as Guarantor – whether it be entering into a commercial lease, for your spouse or partner if they are borrowing money or for your child if they are borrow
Setting up a new business is exciting but preparation is key!
Have you entered into a contract to buy a house and are now considering what searches you should do?
The Federal Government HomeBuilder grant is a fantastic opportunity if you are thinking about renovating or building a new home.
You & Your Family
At any stage in your life, illness or an accident can render you incapable of making certain choices for yourself in the eyes of the law.
If you are a local business and need confidential professional advice to support you through the impacts resulting from COVID-19, check out the Sunshine Coast Council funded Professional Advice Sup
As the social and economic impacts of COVID-19 continue to unfold, it is expected that the pandemic will also impact on existing and future contractual obligations.
If you have been nominated as an executor under a will, you need to understand the most common type of “challenge” to a Will – a family provision application.
Spouses (including de factos) and children (including step children) and a limited range of others, can bring these applications, but they must act quickly.
Dying without a will can complicate an already stressful situation for your family and be more time consuming and costly, it also means that you are not in control of who benefits from your estate.
We have frequently been consulted about how to deal with the keeping of pets in strata title properties in Queensland.
1 July 2019 saw the beginning of a new financial year – something which inevitably triggers the preparation and lodging of tax returns.
In November 2018 the multifactor test, which is used to determine whether a worker is an employee or an independent contractor, returned to the spotlight following the Fair Work Commission’s decisi
Bullying in the workplace. What protections are there for employees under the Fair Work Act? Are employers liable where there is cyberbullying by other workers?
Flexible work arrangements. What are they? Who is entitled to request them? On what grounds can they be refused?
Deeds of Release for wage claims. What are they? Why use a deed of release to settle pay disputes? Are they effective?
You have signed a contract to purchase a property but have not settled yet. You may not even have your finance approved yet, but you are told you should take out insurance!
If you are acquiring a business or investing your hard earned capital in an asset, it is important that you give some thought to the legal entity that is to own the asset.