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Broadley Rees Hogan | Australia | 6 Mar 2017

E-alert: Remember the clock keeps ticking when applying to set aside an adjudication decision

Applying for a declaration that an Adjudication Decision is void is a commonplace response to an adverse Adjudication Decision. What needs to be borne…
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Broadley Rees Hogan | Australia | 23 Feb 2017

Historic Award Penalty Rates Decision - Fair Work Commission Reduces Weekend and Public Holiday Penalty Rates

The Fair Work Commission today handed down its long awaited and politically sensitive decision about whether long standing penalty rates on weekends…
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Broadley Rees Hogan | Australia | 13 Feb 2017

New professional standards regime - financial advisers

New legislation mandating professional standards for financial planners and advisers was passed in the House of Representatives. The Corporations…
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Broadley Rees Hogan | Australia | 30 Jan 2017

State-wide lockout not to proceed - update for pubs and clubs

The State Government has confirmed that it will not proceed with the previously proposed 1am lockout for licensed premises. The lockout was proposed…
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Broadley Rees Hogan | Australia | 21 Dec 2016

E-alert: Everything old is new again?

As was widely anticipated, on 21 December 2016, the High Court unanimously allowed the appeal in Southern Han Breakfast Point Pty Ltd (in Liquidation)…
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Broadley Rees Hogan | Australia | 16 Dec 2016

E-alert: A Merry Christmas for Developers?

Christmas time is almost here and many people are now looking forward to 2017. As such, many developers become complacent about their contract…
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Broadley Rees Hogan | Australia | 9 Dec 2016

Property Development Update: Failed ‘Off-The-Plan’ Settlements

It has been recently reported that the Australian Tax Office (ATO) has adopted the position that if a binding Contract for an ‘off-the-plan’ dwelling…
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Broadley Rees Hogan | Australia | 2 Dec 2016

E-Alert: Tendering for Commonwealth funded building work? Do you have a letter of compliance with the Building Code 2016?

On 2 December 2016, the Minister for Employment, issued a new building code (Building Code 2016). Building Code 2016 applies as and from 2 December…
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Broadley Rees Hogan | Australia | 29 Nov 2016

Spam claim canned!

The Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) and the Spam Act 2003 (Cth) do not give rise to personal actions for damages flowing from a contravention of the provisions…
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Broadley Rees Hogan | Australia | 27 Oct 2016

Advisers Take Note - ASIC announces new record keeping obligations

ASIC has announced an amendment to Class Order CO14/923 which imposes new obligations upon authorised representatives (Advisers) to not only maintain…
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