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David Glinatsis

Posted Feb 01, 2019 Are your PPSR Registrations about to expire?
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The Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) is 7 years old as at 30 January 2019. This means that 7 year registrations have started to expire. Once a registration expires it can’t be extended or renewed and you may become an unsecured creditor. Re-registering an expired registration may mean the loss of priority to other creditors […]

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Posted Jan 23, 2019 eBOOK: Guide to the Royal Commission into Aged Care
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Posted Jan 23, 2019 SOPA: What does it mean for Adjudicators to act “In Good Faith”?
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Casenote: Goodwin Street Developments Pty Ltd v DSD Builders Pty Ltd [2018] NSWCA 276 In this judgment, the Court of Appeal considered the requirement of adjudicators under the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 1999 (“the Act”) to act “in good faith” when preparing adjudication determinations. Background and Relevant Facts Goodwin Street Developments […]

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Posted Jan 22, 2019 UPDATE: Preliminary Hearing for Royal Commission into Aged Care
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The Royal Commission commenced with a preliminary hearing on 18 January 2019. During the hearing, the Commissioners outlined the status of the  enquiries of the Commission to date and what was likely to occur during the term of the Commission. Key features of Commission Appearing below are some of the key features of the Royal […]

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Posted Jan 10, 2019 An update on the Security of Payment Reforms – Implementation Options Paper
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The call for submissions In earlier articles we outlined some of the reforms introduced by recent amendments to the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 1999. Some of the key reforms include: A reduction of the maximum time a head contractor has to pay subcontractors from 30 business days to 20 business days; […]

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