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Signing a director’s guarantee is a common request if you are a director of a company entering an agreement. It’s…
As a director of a company, you may be asked to sign a director’s guarantee when the company is entering…
Every company needs a corporate governance structure that can help control risk and formalise decision-making. The replaceable rules in the…
In September 2017 there were several changes to insolvency law in Australia. The reforms have the potential to assist company directors…
Directors manage a company, while shareholders are the owners of the company. The shareholders entrust the oversight of the company…
Shareholders own a company, while directors manage the company. The law imposes duties on directors to protect shareholders, including the…
A private company is an entity owned by shareholders and operated by directors. Shareholders often have the right to appoint…
Members’ meetings, or shareholders’ meetings, are held when the company needs to make an important decision that requires the vote…
Many business founders go into business with a partner (or partners) and set up a private company where each founder…
A limited liability company is an independent legal entity. This means that, if someone sues the company, they are suing…
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