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Stanton & Stanton | Australia | 13 Sep 2022

The erosion of part 5.3A protections through the mechanism of the creditors’ trust - a parallel but essentially unregulated regime of administration

Over the past decade, insolvency practitioners have developed an intrigue for the use of the creditors' trust. Many have sought to structure their…
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Stanton & Stanton | Australia | 5 Apr 2019

Sure, it’s yours, but have you registered it

Who would have guessed that even the law is a sucker for perfection? The Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) implemented in 2012 subscribes…
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Stanton & Stanton | Australia | 12 Mar 2019

Glass half empty: ACCC scrutinises Australian winemakers

Increased international demand for Australian wine over the past decade has boosted the industry. However, some Australian wine grape growers…
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Stanton & Stanton | Australia | 8 Oct 2018

Labour hire licensing in South Australia: one step forward, two steps back

Despite spearheading Labour Hire Licensing in Australia, the South Australian (SA) Government has already scrapped their new scheme. Growing concern…
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Stanton & Stanton | Australia | 17 Sep 2018

Winding back the clock: Can a company have a winding-up order terminated because the company didn’t know about the application?

The Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (the Act) sets out an exhaustive (and even onerous) list of duties for Australian registered companies and their…
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Stanton & Stanton | Australia | 1 Aug 2018

Entering foreign Waters: when is a corporation or trust entity considered a ‘foreign person’?

In 2016, Revenue NSW introduced a surcharge purchaser duty on all conveyancing transactions which involve a 'foreign person'. Where a 'foreign person'…
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Stanton & Stanton | Australia, European Union | 18 Jul 2018

Australia and the European Union enter free trade negotiations: good or bad news for Australian exporters?

It turns out that a new free trade agreement (FTA) could be a mixed bag for Australian exporters: they could enjoy a bigger slice of the European…
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Stanton & Stanton | Australia | 25 Jun 2018

The section 133(9) shakedown: how the law fails to protect caveators in cases of onerous covenants

The law currently provides an easy out for trustees of a bankrupt, specifically in respect of real property...
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Stanton & Stanton | Australia, European Union | 6 Jun 2018

Privacy Predicaments: How the new EU General Data Protection Regulation affects Australian Companies

If you hadn't realised your company may be affected, you better move quickly The European Union General Data Protection Regulation (the GDPR) came…
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Stanton & Stanton | Australia, China | 6 Jun 2018

How to protect your wine brand in China

For most businesses, brand is crucial because it enables you distinguish your product or service from your competitors…
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