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Although our history dates back to the 1920s, our solutions and legal services reflect current international best practice and we receive immense pride in our skill to bear results focused advice and client centered services. We are dedicated to providing an unmatched level of service. Our people are well rounded, multiskilled and carefully handpicked for their strengths, expertise and experience. By engaging us, you will be outgoing that the professionals busy on your matter are familiar with and committed to achieving the superior conceivable outcome.
Our business and commercial lawyers act and advise on legal issues relating to a wide range of business and commercial dealings including advice on commercial contracts, BASIC compliance, Trade Practices and Corporations Act requirements, business structuring, mergers and acquisitions and sale and purchase of businesses. Our litigation skills and expertise are in commercial and business law, IT technology law, property, family and immigration matters. We donate a range of services specifically tailored to aid individual owners, owners corporation managers and developers. The property law team can advise you when you buy and sell commercial, industrial or residential property or in matters involving owners corporations. Our services and advice include the following: We have the necessary experience to conduct and advise on a packed range of legal services for our international clients. For example, we can aid with the purchase of property, buy of business, lease of commercial or industrial premises, establishing companies and other legal structures, draft contracts for your personal or business needs and litigate matters on your behalf in courts and tribunals throughout Australia. We also act for individual clients with an understanding of the legal complications which may arise from the provision of personal financial advice and the reliance on such advice. All financial product advice is either personal advice or general advice. In determining whether financial product advice is personal advice’, the advice will be personal’ if it is given or directed to a person in circumstances where: In providing personal financial advice, advisers should not make false or misleading statements in relation to financial products to induce a person to deal in financial products. When providing personal advice about financial products to a retail client, the adviser must: Ensure the advice is appropriate to the client having regard to consideration of the client's personal circumstances and make reasonable inquiries of the client’s financial status earlier proceeding. Our firm is obvious for providing customized legal services to our clients and this has significantly helped them comprehend their obligations and practically solve their problems and our advice ultimately depends on the special circumstances of our clients which is the reason why we tailor our legal services to our client’s specific needs and circumstances. Provided for products that are for business purposes. During the Defendant’s contractual relationship with our client, the Defendant also developed various intellectual property for the use of our client in providing marketing and other services to another third party company. PPS involve an arrangement whereby an individual or business offers personal property (which includes all property except for land) in order to secure a financial loan provided by a financial lending institution, such as a bank. Being aware of section 12 of the Owners Corporations Act 2006, the owners' corporation manager may invite the Owners' Corporation to pass a special resolution that allows the Owners' Corporation to produce the good engineering assessment services to the lot owners and provides how those lot owners will be required to pay for the costs of the assessment. In this case the lot owner had taken it upon himself to carry out the normal property repairs and chose to pursue the matter directly with the builder rather than involve the Owners' Corporation, going so far as to undertake the rectification works without consultation with the Owners' Corporation. Having taken it upon himself to undertake this work rather than require the Owners' Corporation to do so, the lot owner had to believe the consequences. The contract impaired for both builders clearly expressed the inclusion of statutory warranties in the Contract. In addition to the building owner who was a party to a domestic building contract, any person who is the o