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MATCH SUMMARY: DJOKOVIC v MINISTER OF HOME AFFAIRS
Game, Set, Match. In the past week, we have all been captivated by the unprecedented standoff between international tennis superstar and Australian Open defending champion Novak Djokovic against the Australian...
RENT RELIEF FOR COMMERCIAL TENANTS ANNOUNCED
As we foreshadowed last Friday, PM Scott Morrison has this afternoon announced the detail around the Commercial Tenancy Coronavirus Crisis Code of Practice following agreement of terms by the National Cabinet.
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COVID-19 Update 3 April 2020: Commercial Tenancy Coronavirus Crisis Code of Practice coming to a contract near you next week.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison this afternoon has urged commercial landlords and tenants to come to an agreement in relation to financial hardship as the Government reserves announcement regarding a mandatory Coronavirus Industry Code of Practice to be announced and imposed next week.
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COVID-19 Crisis - 2 April Summary: Some good news for NSW Developers, Builders & Contractors and Federal Industrial and Workplace Relations Changes
The NSW Government announced today, 2 April 2020, that it has eased hours of work restrictions on construction sites, dark kitchens & food trucks.
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Business as Unusual in COVID-19: The Estate Planning you need to keep things running as normal
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.
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COVID-19 Crisis and the Australian border shutdown
Madison Marcus has received numerous enquiries with respect to intending travellers, bridging visas, bridging visa holders and temporary visa holders. From 9pm AEDT 20 March 2020, only Australian citizens, residents and immediate family members can travel to Australia. All travellers to Australia are required to self-isolate for 14 days, either at home or in a hotel. Our Immigration and Global Mobility experts have prepared a comprehensive guide to the new restrictions that will be in place from 9pm AEDT 20 March 2020 Travel restrictions are subject to change. Please check back regularly for updates from our Global Mobility & Immigration Law experts.