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Andrew Lacey

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Q3 | 2018

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Mind over matter: NSW Court of Appeal emphasises lay evidence over expert medical evidence on the question of testamentary capacity

Australia - September 16 2019 How do you determine whether a person had testamentary capacity at the moment they prepared their will? In Drivas v Jakopovic 2019 NSWCA 218, such...

Luke Dominish, Liliana Freeman.

Withdrawing unlawful ASIC forms from ASIC’s register: the importance of safeguarding your company’s corporate key and ensuring proper corporate steps are taken to effect your company’s changes

Australia - September 12 2019 What happens if there is an internal dispute within a company and ASIC forms are lodged without officeholder or member consent to change the company...

Jennifer Bradley.

Resetting the stopwatch for setting aside statutory demands: how long do you have?

Australia - September 10 2019 Like many areas of insolvency law, statutory demands have strict procedural requirements as to the timing by which documents must be served. But how...

Luke Dominish.

Tender of the amount of a statutory demand before a winding up order is made

Australia - September 10 2019 It is well known that a company served with a statutory demand has 21 days to comply. If the recipient fails to pay the amount of the demand (or...

Nathan Jones.

The High Court rules in favour of the ATO, unlocking the gates to Paradise despite legal professional privilege claimed over corporate documents

Australia - September 3 2019 In a recent big win for the Australian Taxation Office (ATO), the High Court decision in Glencore International AG v Commissioner of Taxation 2019...

Jennifer Bradley, Liliana Freeman.