Database produced by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission incorporating details of all current ASIC practice notes, policy statements, memos, pro formas, class orders (in full), reports, speeches, legal commentaries and executive summaries relevant to Australian companies.
Provides full-text information on buying and selling personal property. Topics covered include: conveyancing practice, sale of businesses - principle, practice and precedent, shares, copyright, design, patents and trademarks, and contractual rights. Also includes case reports.
The ACCL reporter provides a practical and comprehensive explanation of competition and consumer law and its implications for business and consumers, together with the full text of all the appropriate legislation, and specialised case reporting service.
The Australian Stamp Duties Law database contains the relevant legislation, rulings and commentary in relation to stamp duties, financial institutions duty, and debits tax for all the Australian state and territory jurisdictions.
This database provides commentary and legislation on bankruptcy, written by leading practitioners and academics. It contains commentary closely referenced to the Bankruptcy Act, regulations and relevant court rules and forms. The database is a concise and practical guide to personal bankruptcy in Australia, its administration, proceedings and consequences.
The purpose of this service is to assist parties to building contracts, their consultants and advisors, understand the complexities of building contracts. The authors guide you through the major concepts and forms of building and construction contracts, making this an essential tool for drafting and negotiating these contracts.
Carter on Contract provides a comprehensive reference to contract law, presented in a logical and detailed format that is easy to comprehend. Set out in clear chapters and written in concise English, Carter on Contract provides: full discussion of the theoretical underpinnings of contract law and a perspective on its relation to equity, tort and restitution; a clear statement of the principal rules plus an indication of where the law is heading to help you anticipate changes; identification of uncertainties in the law; sample clauses and practical examples to help draft contracts; practice points alerting you to significant practical issues; checklists to help locate drafting criteria as well as information to assist in the enforcement of contracts; and references to leading and recent cases from both Australia and overseas.
This database contains all the necessary information to deal with matters in the area of franchise law including precedents, checklists, and new code of practice, regulations and case material. Includes comprehensive coverage of the new code of practice, providing clarity and guidance for professionals in all areas of franchising law. Franchising Law and Practice makes compliance with the new code and regulations easier through expert annotations and practical hints.
The Journal of Contract Law (JCL) is devoted to the comprehensive analysis of current issues and developments in contract law, both in Australia and overseas. The JCL is a refereed journal and its Editorial Board comprises leading international contract scholars. Each volume of the journal comprises three issues
CaseBase journals is an excellent bibliographic reference, with catchworded and annotated article entries covering over 100 Australian and overseas legal journals. Journal entries include article details including title, author and citation; and, for online subscribers, a link to the full text of the articles cited where available.