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Dangerfield Exley Lawyers Blog

Property zoning: All you need to know

25 October 2017

Buying property can be confusing and fraught with unpleasant surprises for even the seasoned investor. One part of every contract that causes

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Reforms to creditors voluntary liquidation

18 October 2017

Are you a creditor of a company?
Are you concerned that a company owing you money is not doing so well? Sarah owns a roller door company specialising in factory and shopping centre fit outs

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How Gen Ys can get into the property market

11 October 2017

Congratulations: you’re Gen Y! The generation where education is not free, health cover costs a bunch and everyone is telling you how unaffordable the housing market is. The Baby Boomers are keen to point the finger every time you eat smashed avocado, telling you that’s why you are locked out of the property market.


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Big win for small businesses: Unfair contract terms

04 October 2017

Since 12 November 2016, laws have been in place to protect small businesses from unfair terms across Australia.

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Eight points to consider when entering a commercial lease

27 September 2017

Entering into a commercial lease is a significant commitment for tenants and landlords alike. However, both heads will almost certainly clash when negotiating terms. Tenants will favour a lower amount of security deposit, multiple options

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How we helped a foreign property purchaser

20 September 2017

Understanding payable duties. Recently the DE team received the below query about additional duties for foreign property purchasers

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Directors: When insolvency knocks, protect yourself

13 September 2017

Josh is the sole director of a plumbing company that has hit hard times. Josh is understandably worried about his liability as a director should the company be deemed insolvent.

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Vexatious Proceedings: Beware troublesome litigants of the Courts and VCAT

06 September 2017

What is a vexatious litigant?

A vexatious litigant sometimes sues the same person, business and government over and over again and sometimes sue a series of different people

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Avoid court: Mediation explained

30 August 2017

Mediation is a process by which two or more people mutually agree to meet with an independent third party (a mediator) to discuss and negotiate options and potential solutions to their conflict. The mediator is often

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Help, I’m buying a business: Due diligence

23 August 2017

One of the most pivotal considerations when purchasing a business is to conduct your due diligence before you sign the contract. When *Ally considered purchasing a business earlier this year

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