A recent decision of the NSW Supreme Court is a timely reminder that unfair contract terms may be lurking in many standard form contracts.
Property co-ownership is often mooted as a solution to housing affordability where parties pool their resources to acquire a property.
In our previous legal update, we noted that recent changes to the ACL have expanded the scope of the country’s Unfair Contract regime.
Does your business use ‘standard form’ contracts? Or are you routinely asked to sign such contracts? Changes are coming 9 November 2023.
As part of Aintree Group Legal’s ongoing look at Directors’ Duties, this week we examine the duty to act with care and diligence.
You may recall that in our previous legal update we started a new series of articles on Director Duties and breaches of these duties.
Approximately 2,500,000 Australians are a company director. That’s 10% of the total population. But do they understand their duties?
Why do you need to deal with your trust assets (as well as your self-managed super and companies) as part of a comprehensive estate plan?
Recently, you may have heard about a dispute over the estate of Aretha Franklin. In short, Aretha Franklin made two wills.
As part of Aintree Group Legal’s ongoing series on Family Trusts, this week we look at a trustee’s right to indemnity out of trust assets.