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As a firm, we are known for our exceptional people and our exceptional clients and we pride ourselves on going above and beyond the call of legal…
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Meyer Vandenberg Lawyers | Australia | 20 Aug 2019

My Builder Has Home Warranty Insurance, What Could Go Wrong?

Building a house or undertaking renovations is a daunting task for most people: it is a big financial commitment and we have all heard the horror…
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Meyer Vandenberg Lawyers | Australia | 13 Aug 2019

Third tranche of insolvency law reform set to deal with phoenix companies

Proposed changes to Commonwealth legislation could have a significant impact on the potential for transferring assets out of one company into a new…
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Meyer Vandenberg Lawyers | Australia | 29 Jul 2019

Security of payment and project managers

The Building and Construction Industry (Security of Payment) Act 2009 (ACT) (the “ACT Act”) entitles a person who has undertaken under a…
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Meyer Vandenberg Lawyers | Australia | 11 Jun 2019

Exposed directors - Don’t pay for company debts

Recent changes to Commonwealth legislation have extended the enforcement measures, and decreased the reporting timeframes, for a company’s…
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Meyer Vandenberg Lawyers | Australia | 28 May 2019

Insolvency Law Reform - Company Directors

Company Directors, Accountants, Financial Advisors Recent changes to Commonwealth legislation have significantly reformed the law relating to…
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Meyer Vandenberg Lawyers | Australia | 28 May 2019

What happens to my super when I die?

Most people assume that their Super will be paid to whoever they have left their assets to in their Will. However, this is not always the case - so be…
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Meyer Vandenberg Lawyers | Australia | 12 Mar 2019

What is community title in the ACT?

Community title is a form of land tenure in the Australian Capital Territory, which brings separate parcels of land together in a ‘community’ of land…
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Meyer Vandenberg Lawyers | Australia | 18 Feb 2019

Resolving Fencing Disputes

It was with good cause that Robert Frost doubted the phrase ‘good fences make good neighbours’,[1] especially when they’re built without a…
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Meyer Vandenberg Lawyers | Australia | 11 Feb 2019

Subdivide Rural or Farm Land in NSW

In NSW, any plan that creates new boundaries for separate use or occupation constitutes a subdivision of the existing parcel.The purpose of a…
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Meyer Vandenberg Lawyers | Australia | 21 Jan 2019

Retirement Villages - What could go wrong?

E-brief. Entering into a retirement village contract is an important financial and legal step - possibly second only to the purchase of your home. It…
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