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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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What happens when a lessee walks away from a lease? A lease terminates on abandonment by the lessee. However, a lessee cannot simply walk away from a contract without consequence. The lessor can apply to the Magistrates Court for an order to repossess the premises and for compensation for damages caused to the lessor as...
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What is a Barrister? A barrister is an independent specialist in Courtroom advocacy and litigation. Whilst a barrister may be most recognised for their advocacy skills in the Courtroom, a barrister’s extensive training and experience ensures their strengths also centre around both judicial and non-judicial Dispute Resolution. It is important to note that you cannot...
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OVERVIEW The Australian Consumer Law is a national law covering consumer protection and fair trading that applies across all states and territories, as well as nationally. Australian consumers have the same protections and businesses have the same obligations throughout the whole of Australia. The ACL provides a clear understanding of the law for both Australian...
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