Buying a business can be a daunting prospect. With a variety of factors to consider and numerous risks to weigh up, the processes involved in buying a business in NSW can be confusing. As a prospective buyer, when looking at a business listed for sale, there are some important factors to consider: (a) the details of the Sale Agreement (including protection / restraint clauses, the [...]
Things businesses should know about the Australian Consumer Law The Australian Consumer Law (ACL) is contained within a Schedule to the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 and is a uniform national law. The ACL applies to any personal, domestic and household goods/services sold, hired or leased and any goods/services sold, hired or leased up to an amount of $40,000. Accordingly, the ACL and the consumer [...]
Overview A commercial property lease is a rental agreement between a landlord (“Lessor”) and tenant ("Lessee”) to use a warehouse, factory, office or a similar facility. Before entering into a commercial property lease (“the Lease”), proper due diligence should be conducted to analyse the terms and conditions of the Lease and to understand the rights and obligations assigned of the parties. Since a commercial property [...]
WMD Law is proud to once again be the major sponsor of the Celebrating Women in Business luncheon hosted by Sullivan Dewing Chartered Accountants. This event is held in recognition of International Women’s Day, a global celebration of women everywhere.