Director Identification Numbers

Company directors required to sign up for director identification numbers under new anti-phoenixing scheme Australian company directors must sign up to a new director identification scheme designed to tackle illegal phoenixing activity under new laws unveiled by the Federal Government in October 2018. The long-awaited director identification numbers (DIN) draft legislation has been released by Treasury,…

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SMSF is able to buy your business premises

Your self managed super fund (SMSF) is able to buy your business premises, and then lease the property to your entity that conducts your business. This article is about how the SMSF leases the property to a related party.  We do not discuss how the SMSF buys the property in this article. What you need…

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Residential Tenancy Dispute

What is a residential tenancy dispute? Whether you are a landlord or tenant, at some point or another there is likely to be a dispute between the landlord and tenant related to the payment of rent, release of the bond, service charges such as water bills, the condition of the premises upon entry or exit,…

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Breach of Director’s Duties

Many client’s seek our advice about director’s duties and corporate governance.  Typically the issues we see range from director disagreements to more serious issues such as has a director breached their fiduciary and statutory director’s duties imposed on them by the Corporations Act 2001 or under the common law (judge made law) or some other document which…

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