Articles matching Business Bankruptcy & Insolvency


Bankruptcy: How a person can be declared bankrupt in Australia

Filed under: Banking & Finance, Business Bankruptcy & Insolvency, Debt Recovery

It’s probably safe to say that most of us will experience some sort of financial hardship at some stage of our lives. Luckily for most of us, we’ll probably...

Debt Recovery - Small Claims Division

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

In recent years the Small Claims Division of the Local Court has been established and has jurisdiction to hear and determine actions for the recovery of...

The requirements of starting a business as a sole trader or in a partnership

Filed under: Business Bankruptcy & Insolvency, Business & Commercial Law, Franchises

Many people who start businesses, usually don’t begin with grandiose intentions of creating a massive corporation, but rather, are more likely to start...

Hardship and credit contracts. what options are available?

Filed under: Banking & Finance, Business Bankruptcy & Insolvency, Business & Commercial Law, Commercial Litigation

According to the Reserve Bank of Australia, we as a nation love our credit to such an extent, that Aussies as a whole owe a whopping $49.3 billion on credit....

Considering Bankruptcy? Here’s what You Should Know Before Taking Action

Filed under: Business Bankruptcy & Insolvency, Consumer Bankruptcy & Insolvency

It’s sobering to note that the combined household debt of all Australians according to the Reserve Bank is over 100 percent of the GDP. Many people who...

Debt Recovery – Hoping for the best, preparing for the worst

Filed under: Business Bankruptcy & Insolvency, Business & Commercial Law

In the vast majority of businesses, developing relationships is a critical part of building a successful enterprise.

Debt Recovery – the start and the finish

Filed under: Business Bankruptcy & Insolvency, Business & Commercial Law, Commercial Litigation

While most businesses acknowledge legal debt recovery to be a necessary part of their business, solicitors are often thought of as simply the machinery...

Statutory Demands – Why time is of the essence

Filed under: Business Bankruptcy & Insolvency, Business & Commercial Law, Corporations Law

If you are a company director, your company may at sometime be served with a Statutory Demand under Section 459E of the Corporations Act. The purpose of...

Statutory Demands and Winding Up Applications – the risks of ignoring them!!

Filed under: Business Bankruptcy & Insolvency, Business & Commercial Law

Experience has shown that most company directors do not understand the significance of Statutory Demands and Winding Up Applications when served on the...

Insolvency Reforms Pass Senate

Filed under: Business Bankruptcy & Insolvency, Corporations Law, Consumer Bankruptcy & Insolvency

The Senate has passed a package of insolvency reforms and the Bill is now awaiting Assent. The Corporations Amendment (Insolvency) Bill 2007 is the outcome...

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