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08 April 2019

Makinson d’Apice is a proud School and Community Partner of the NSW Department of Education’s 2019 Nanga Mai awards.

Congratulations to all the award recipients who were recognised for their outstanding achievements at the awards ceremony.

News
29 March 2019

Makinson d’Apice is pleased to announce that Ella Alexander has been recognised as a finalist in the Pro Bono category of the Lawyers Weekly 30Under30 awards.

This is well-deserved nomination for Ella and it is a testament to her hard work and passion for the industry

Publication
22 March 2019

Most Australian entities will now be aware that the Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth) (Commonwealth Act) commenced on 1 January 2019. 

However, you may not be aware that the NSW government has recently passed its own Modern Slavery Act 2018 (NSW) (NSW Act), which will commence on 1 July 2019.  

In the following article we have summarised the key points you should be aware of: obligations under the Commonwealth Act, we explain how the NSW Act has a wider range than the Commonwealth Act and finally what you should do to prepare for the NSW Act

News
08 March 2019

Recent events, including the Opal Tower, has elevated strata into the headlines, making the quality of construction of residential buildings a significant issue for the major parties. 

Last month the NSW Government released its response to the Shergold Weir Building Confident Report, 3 days before the release of the final report into the Opal Tower on 22 February 2019. 

Recently Domain reported that the NSW Labor Party has announced that if elected, they will create an office to oversee all strata issues, with a particular focus on defects in “newly” constructed buildings. 

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by Jennifer Paterson and 2 others
22 March 2019

Most Australian entities will now be aware that the Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth) (Commonwealth Act) commenced on 1 January 2019. 

However, you may not be aware that the NSW government has recently passed its own Modern Slavery Act 2018 (NSW) (NSW Act), which will commence on 1 July 2019.  

In the following article we have summarised the key points you should be aware of: obligations under the Commonwealth Act, we explain how the NSW Act has a wider range than the Commonwealth Act and finally what you should do to prepare for the NSW Act

News
by David Andrews
08 March 2019

Recent events, including the Opal Tower, has elevated strata into the headlines, making the quality of construction of residential buildings a significant issue for the major parties. 

Last month the NSW Government released its response to the Shergold Weir Building Confident Report, 3 days before the release of the final report into the Opal Tower on 22 February 2019. 

Recently Domain reported that the NSW Labor Party has announced that if elected, they will create an office to oversee all strata issues, with a particular focus on defects in “newly” constructed buildings. 

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