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Strata Schemes: Reform on the Horizon

It was recently announced that the law governing Strata schemes in NSW is to undergo significant reform. This announcement comes after a prolonged period of dissatisfaction with the legal regime governing strata schemes, with many believing that there are significant changes required in order to bring strata schemes into the 21st century. With over a quarter of NSW’s population currently living under a strata regime, the proposed reforms will be of interest to a significant number of the population.

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Start-Ups: How to Structure a New Business?

In a recent article in the Sydney Morning Herald (available here), Singapore based start-up, iBosses, which is poised to begin floating on the stock market, claims that its success can be emulated in 8 simple steps. The start-up itself has, as of yet, failed to reach the $100,000 mark for revenue but is confident on its prospects for long term success.

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Leaving Behind the Family Business

A recent report by Pitcher Partners and Swinburne University has shown that sons are now not the only choice to be heirs to a business – daughters and other family members are increasingly becoming considered to run the business or take on the role of senior executive.

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Government to Crack Down on Planning Law Breaches

Pru Goward , Minister for Planning, announced earlier this month that the NSW Government is to introduce new laws that aim to ‘crack down’ on individuals and companies who breach planning rules.

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