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MISCONDUCT An employer is entitled to dismiss an employee if the employer gives the employee a certain amount of notice. You must not terminate a full-time employment unless you have given written notice of your dismissal. An exception to this rule is if there is a case of serious misconduct. Employees can be dismissed as...
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OVERVIEW Since November 2016, a new law protects small businesses from unfair terms in standard form contracts. The Treasury Legislation Amendment Act 2015, applies to a standard form contract entered into or renewed on or after 12 November 2016, where: It is the supply of goods or services or the sale or grant of an...
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OVERVIEW Employment Law serves to protect the rights of both employees and employers, and regulates various aspects of employer-employee relationships to ensure they are in accordance with Australian jurisdiction and any contracts relevant to the specific matter. Employment Law protects employees’ and employers’ rights to fair working conditions by concerning and regulating aspects of the...
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Commerical and Corporate COMMERCIAL AND BUSINESS SOLICITORS Our commercial and business solicitors provide expert legal advice to assist you in the establishment, structuring, growth and protection of your business. The Australian corporate and business environment is highly regulated, making it crucial for your business to be protected by expert and timely legal assistance. Citilawyers is...
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A corporation, as a separate legal entity, can sue and be sued in its own name, meaning that the company is responsible for its own liabilities and debts. In general, this means that the directors are not personally liable for the company’s affairs. Directors have to make use of their powers and perform their duties...
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