TABLE OF CONTENTS The construction sector in New South Wales is governed by robust laws and regulations ensuring that disputes are handled with fairness and integrity. MC Lawyers & Advisers offers comprehensive legal support to navigate these complex issues, ensuring your interests are protected in both residential and commercial building disputes. Home Building […]
Shareholder Disputes   TABLE OF CONTENTS What is a shareholder dispute? A shareholder dispute is a dispute between the shareholders (owners) of a company, typically in a business context. For example, there may be a dispute as to how a business is run and managed, the division of responsibilities or the amounts shareholders receive. Shareholder […]
The main types of alternative dispute resolution are:
Each of the types named above approach dispute resolution in slightly different manners.
In the commercial world, it is common that commercial disputes will arise, particularly when dealing with customers, employees, suppliers and competitors on a daily basis.
Our team of specialist commercial lawyers are highly skilled and experienced practitioners. The commercial lawyers at our firm take the time to understand you as the client, the key issues of your matter and the objectives you wish to achieve.
The Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) (“PPSA”) regulates personal property security interests. The PPSA sought to create consistency among federal and state governments, implementing a national regime and replacing the fragmented pieces of legislation that existed across the country.
The Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (“CCA”) has replaced the Trade Practices Act 1974 (Cth) which governs how businesses are to deal with their customers, competitors and suppliers.
You may find yourself in a position where you have borrowed money and have driven up your debts, but you can no longer repay them. You may even have creditors to whom you owe money persistently chasing after you.
A force majeure event is one in which circumstances arise that were not anticipated by either of the parties at contract entry.
Liquidation is a formal process of insolvency, in which the life cycle of a company is brought to an end.