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What is a Public Benevolent Institution?

What is a Public Benevolent Institution?

Do you want to register your organisation as a charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits Commission? You may encounter the term, ‘public benevolent institution‘ (PBI) when deciding on a…Continue reading

'As a Service': What Is A Cloud Computing Stack?

‘As a Service’: What Is A Cloud Computing Stack?

Businesses today increasingly rely on cloud services to manage their needs. Firms outsource email, collaborative software and cloud storage to third-party vendors. Implementing such software helps reduce overhead costs and…Continue reading

How Do I Remove a Caveat in New South Wales?

How Do I Remove a Caveat in New South Wales?

A caveat is a formal registration of a legal or equitable interest in land. If you are the registered owner of a piece of land in NSW, you will know…Continue reading

What is the Role of Property Valuations in Family Law?

What is the Role of Property Valuations in Family Law?

The Family Law Act 1975 (Cth) (the Act) determines how to divide property in the event of separation of a married or de facto couple. The courts will consider the general…Continue reading

How Do I Remove a Caveat in Queensland?

How Do I Remove a Caveat in Queensland?

If you own property in Queensland with a caveatable interest, you can remove it under the Land Title Act 1994 (the Act) in three different ways:  lapsing; application to the…Continue reading

4 Due Diligence Tips for Potential Franchisees

4 Due Diligence Tips for Potential Franchisees

As with any business dealing, parties in the franchising sector are vulnerable to disputes. The Franchising Code of Conduct regulates the industry and aims to protect franchisees with little bargaining…Continue reading

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