Articles matching Contract Drafting & Disputes


How to Draft a Deed of Settlement and Release

Filed under: Contract Drafting & Disputes, Contract Law

The purpose of a Deed of Settlement and Release is to bring to an end (‘fully and finally settle’) a legal proceeding and/or any dispute.

Retirement Village Contracts - 10 questions to consider

Filed under: Contract Drafting & Disputes, Contract Law

ARE YOU in your later years, already in, or looking forward to retirement? Have you lived in your family home for several decades, and feel it is now too...

How can contracts be discharged from further performance?

Filed under: Banking & Finance, Business & Commercial Law, Corporations Law, Contract Drafting & Disputes, Trade & Customs

The law of contracts forms a substantial part of our various relationships that can have some sort of influence over us on an almost daily basis – even...

What happens to a contract if one of the parties repudiates the agreement?

Filed under: Contract Drafting & Disputes, Contract Law

Repudiation of a contract. How does a party repudiate a contract? What are the possible remedies available under Australian law?

Personal Property Securities and Asset Financing

Filed under: Contract Drafting & Disputes, Asset Protection

Section 14 of the Personal Properties Securities Act 2009 (Cth) (PPSA) defines a purchase money security interest (PMSI) to include Retention Of Title...

Creating a business partnership

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Corporations Law, Contract Drafting & Disputes, Franchises

Sure, some of the most renowned companies in recent history have had celebrated figureheads who have become synonymous with their enterprises, such as...

Outgoings and commercial leases

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Corporations Law, Contract Drafting & Disputes, Franchises, Insurance

Most of us probably at some point in time may have harboured dreams of breaking off the shackles in our work-a-day lives and starting a small business...

What are some of the dispute resolution options when a person has an issue with a bank?

Filed under: Banking & Finance, Corporations Law, Competition & Trade Regulation, Contract Drafting & Disputes

Australians use a large number of financial services from banks and therefore it’s essential that robust consumer laws exist to protect people from conduct...

Are concepts such as default and termination fees in a consumer contract considered unfair?

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Corporations Law, Competition & Trade Regulation, Contract Drafting & Disputes

Many of us will be part of some sort of consumer contract on an almost daily basis and for the most part, we wouldn’t give too much of a thought in regards...

What are the general requirements for creating a valid, legal online document?

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Contract Drafting & Disputes, IT

Anyone who has read, heard or seen the news lately would be aware that Australians are increasingly turning to the internet to conduct their purchases...

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