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14 September 2021

Makinson d’Apice is proud to announce that Paul Evans, Indran Sinnadurai and the Estate Planning & Litigation team have been ranked in Doyles’ 2021 listings of leading NSW Wills, Estates & Succession Planning lawyers and law firms, and leading NSW Wills & Estates Litigation lawyers and law firms. 

Paul was ranked by Doyles as one of only four Preeminent Wills, Estates & Succession Planning lawyers in NSW. 

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10 September 2021

The Treasury Laws Amendment (2021 Measures No 2) Bill 2021 (Bill) which amends the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997 (ITAA 1997) was passed by both Houses of the Parliament on 2 September 2021 and awaits assent.  Schedule 1 of the Bill makes charity registration a precondition for DGR endorsement. 

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07 September 2021

The ACT Government has introduced the Leases (Commercial and Retail) COVID-19 Emergency Response Declaration 2021 (“The Declaration”) which came into effect on 2 September 2021. We have highlighted the key points in our latest article.

Publication
26 August 2021

The Victorian Government has now published the Commercial Tenancy Relief Scheme Regulations 2021 (“the Regulations”), providing detailed certainty to commercial landlords and tenants as to the rent relief framework announced earlier this month. Although this year’s Regulations share the same principle concepts as the Victorian regulations in 2020 and the Code, much further detail has been inserted to ensure cooperative and transparent conduct between landlords and tenants.

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by Chris Drayton and Celine Truong
07 September 2021

The ACT Government has introduced the Leases (Commercial and Retail) COVID-19 Emergency Response Declaration 2021 (“The Declaration”) which came into effect on 2 September 2021. We have highlighted the key points in our latest article.

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by Chris Drayton and Kristina Jukic
17 August 2021

Electronic execution and split execution of documents is again permitted after The Treasury Laws Amendment (2021 Measures No.1) Bill 2021 (the Bill) passed both houses on 10 August 2021. 

The Bill provides that electronic execution and split execution of documents under section 127 of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (Corporations Act) is again permitted. Royal assent was provided on 13 August 2021 and therefore the amendments contained in the Bill came into effect on 14 August 2021

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