n the wake of the current situation, many people and their families have found themselves on the less prepared side of this pandemic, and whilst most are desperately reaching for the supermarket shelves, there far more pressing needs that should be addressed.
Key information for businesses in Australia.
Madison Marcus’ experts are closely monitoring developments during the COVID-19 Crisis and how they will impact our clients. We have summarised the key legislative developments that have occurred this week, 23-27 March 2020.
National: 2:40pm 27 March 2020 – Confirmed cases: There are now 532,224 confirmed cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) worldwide, with at least 3,050 confirmed cases in Australia. We will continue to provide advice as developments arise. 2:40pm 27 March 2020 – The Federal Government has announced an economic hibernation: Policies are being developed to help businesses emerge after […]
On 1 March 2020, Victoria’s new Guardianship and Administration Act 2019 (Vic) came into operation, repealing and replacing the Guardianship and Administration Act 1986 (Vic).
Residential Tenancy laws govern the tenant’s renting experience, while contemporaneously ensuring that Landlords can effectively manage their properties. The changes effected, seek to circumvent disputes arising over repairs and maintenance, increase protection and certainty for tenants and to clarify the rights and obligations of tenant and landlord parties.
As the COVID-19 crisis continues to escalate across the country, family lawyers have been inundated with enquiries from co-parents with established custody arrangements about what they should be doing to protect their children from potential exposure to the COVID-19 virus without rocking the boat with the other parent.
Can I get paid now? The Pros and Cons of the proposed Insolvency Amendments in response to the COVID-19 Crisis
In order to combat what would seem to be a quick snatch and grab at debts, the Federal Government has announced as part of its stimulus package, that it proposes to make temporary changes to Australia’s insolvency laws to seek to combat and/or alleviate the impact the COVID-19 outbreak continues to have on individuals, businesses and significantly, the economy.
The current climate threatens to wreak havoc with industry stakeholders – whether sole traders, sub-contractors, contractors, principals and head contractors, developers or investors.
How could the COVID-19 Crisis affect real estate in New South Wales? These unprecedented circumstances create many concerning and uncertain issues of which to be aware of.