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News & Insights

2022
21
Mar

Mandatory Director Identification Number – approaching deadlines

By: Nicola Whalley

If you are a company director, or thinking of becoming one, you must now obtain a director identification number (or DIN). The…

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08
Mar

Virtual meetings and electronic execution now permanent

By: Sabrina Austin

Back in August 2021, Mahoneys brought you an article on the impending amendments to the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (Act),[1]which…

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2021
19
Oct

Mandatory Director Identification Numbers

By: Nicola Whalley

Company directors should be aware of new laws coming into effect relating to the introduction of Director Identification Numbers (DIN).…

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11
Aug

Starting a Private Practice

By: Mahoneys

Mahoneys partner  Antony Harrison presented as part of The Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) webinar focusing on the benefits, challenges…

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24
Jun

Mahoneys presents to RACP members

By: Mahoneys

Mahoneys Partner Antony Harrison recently joined Paul Copeland (William Buck), Scott Montefiore (Hillross Montefiore & Co) and Chris Mariani (Medical…

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2020
10
Nov

31 December 2020 Deadline – amend your trust deed to avoid extra duty and land tax for residential property in New South Wales

By: Cath Champion

Over the last couple of years various states have introduced a duty and land tax surcharge on residential property owned by…

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24
Mar

Asset protection: the banks and what you need to know about structuring your financial affairs

By: Antony Harrison

At Mahoneys, our Commercial Lawyers are seeing a growing number of clients coming to us for help after being told…

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2018
22
Nov

Medical practice structuring and home ownership

By: Antony Harrison

Structuring your medical practice to protect the family home Are you a medical practitioner? Trading as a trust may be…

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26
Jul

Franchise agreements, trade marks and Australian consumer law

By: Mahoneys

A franchise is a business arrangement that allows a person to operate under the name of an already established business.…

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2017
19
May

What is accessorial liability?

By: Mahoneys

Accessorial liability in the civil context goes back (at least) as far as Selbourne LC’s speech in Barnes v Addy…

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2016
07
Jul

What you must do before going into business

By: Mahoneys

Caught up in the thrill of the new, parties often neglect to consider what will happen if things go sour…

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07
Jul

Save yourself a world of pain with a shareholders agreement

By: Antony Harrison

With ventures involving more than one person, lawyers, accountants and financial advisors will usually recommend some form of shareholders agreement.…

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08
Apr

Tax law amendment smooths way for small business restructuring

By: Mahoneys

by Marek Reardon – Special Counsel  The passage of the Tax Laws Amendment (Small Business Restructure Roll-Over) Act 2016 (Cth) (The Act)…

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