Articles matching Business Law

Federal Court On Blog Articles And The Australian Consumer Law

Filed under: Commercial Law, Business Law

In Nextra Australia Pty Limited v Fletcher [2014] FCA 399 Collier J examined whether an online blog article was misleading and deceptive contrary to s...

Who Should Draft a Shareholders Agreement?

Filed under: Business Law, Corporate, Partnership and Shareholder issues

Forming a company in Australia requires the lodgement of a form with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). If you are looking to...

Creditors: What they can and can’t do when collecting a debt

Filed under: Business Law

There may be unfortunate instances where a person may have to deal with creditors or debt collectors. If facing such a situation, readers should be aware...

How to get the best tax outcomes on the sale of a business

Filed under: Business Law

Taxes which are relevant to the selling and buying of a business or shares in a company include capital gains tax, income tax, stamp duty and GST. If your...

How Does an Aviation Finance Deal Work?

Filed under: Commercial Law, Business Law, Banking & Finance

Aviation finance is a type of asset finance for the purchase and operation of aircraft. Usually the financing is structured as secured lending, operating...

Can a Statutory Declaration Submitted in Support of a Payment Claim Amount to Misleading And Deceptive Conduct?

Filed under: Contracts and Agreements, Commercial Law, Business Law, Contract Law

Building and construction contracts often require that before a contractor is paid, the contractor must give the principal a statutory declaration, to...

What is a Shopping Centre Lease?

Filed under: Commercial Law, Business Law, Commercial Leases

There are specific rules set out in retail leasing legislation that applies to all businesses located in shopping centres. Our business lawyers often clarify...

What Is Unconscionable Conduct?

Filed under: Commercial Law, Business Law, Consumer Law

Section 21 of the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) prohibits unconscionable conduct, in trade or commerce, in connection with the supply (or possible supply)...

How is Copyright Commercialised in the Media and Creative Industries?

Filed under: Commercial Law, Business Law, Intellectual Property

Copyright protection is a valuable asset for the media and creative industries, including the music, publishing, art, news, television and film industries....

How to Start a Franchise in Australia

Filed under: Business Law, Franchises

Starting a franchise is a thought many business owners have, especially when they have a flourishing business. Why wouldn’t they? It’s an exciting business...


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