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Until recently, industrial tenants have entered into leases that are not governed by the Retail Leases Act 2003 (Act).
Property eviction can be a complicated procedure. If a commercial landlord engages in an unlawful eviction, they may become liable to the tenant for consequential losses and relief against forfeiture.
Recently Dangerfield Exley Lawyers were contacted by a client who was served with a notice to vacate.
A commercial landlord recently contacted us for help after his tenants left him with abandoned goods; saying, “The tenant has left a fair bit of mess and a whole lot of unused office equipment behind; as the landlord, what can I do about the abandoned goods?”
When selling your business, one of the key negotiation points that are often overlooked are employees, and what this might cost you down the track at settlement time.
Since 12 November 2016, laws have been in place to protect small businesses from unfair terms across Australia.
Entering into a commercial lease is a significant commitment for tenants and landlords alike. However, both heads will almost certainly clash when negotiating terms.
Verification of identity (VOI) commenced in Victoria on 24 September 2014 under the Transfer of Land Amendment Act 2014 (Vic) (the Act).