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  1. What types of leave are COVID-19 affected workers entitled to? : City Pacific Lawyers

    What types of leave are COVID-19 affected workers entitled to?

    26 | Aug 2020

    The recent spike in COVID-19 cases in Victoria has put the issue of leave payments under the microscope. While the largest viral clusters have been around aged-care facilities and meat processing plants, there are also strong links to other industries with highly casualised workforces. As an employer, you have a duty to provide a safe […]


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  2. Succession Planning: If you retire, become incapacitated or even die, who will carry on your business? : City Pacific Lawyers

    Succession Planning: If you retire, become incapacitated or even die, who will carry on your business?

    26 | Aug 2020

    Many small business owners overlook the importance of succession planning, but it is vital if you want to preserve your hard work. Who will take over your business? Some of the more common scenarios that can arise when it comes to a business succession plan include: If you co-own your business, you may choose to […]


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  3. Victoria extends rental moratorium past September : City Pacific Lawyers

    Victoria extends rental moratorium past September

    26 | Aug 2020

    When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, state and federal governments moved quickly to soften the social and economic blow across the community. Among the Victorian legislative measures passed was a moratorium on evictions for tenants who can no longer meet their rental payments. As originally drafted, the moratorium was scheduled to expire on 29 September 2020. […]


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  4. A Guide to Shareholders Agreements : City Pacific Lawyers

    A Guide to Shareholders Agreements

    22 | Aug 2018

    A company constitution is usually drafted in a standard format and does not provide protection for shareholders in the event of a dispute between them or where issues arise not covered by the constitution. A shareholders agreement, which properly outlines the steps to be taken in the event of disputes and certain circumstances arising, can […]


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  5. COPYRIGHT: 10 Frequently Asked Questions : City Pacific Lawyers

    COPYRIGHT: 10 Frequently Asked Questions

    22 | Aug 2018

    If you are an artist, writer or business owner concerned about protecting copyright in your work, the answers to these frequently asked questions will provide you with some guidance as to how copyright law operates in Australia. 1. Do I need to register for copyright protection? Under Australian law, there is no registration of copyright. […]


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