Archive | October, 2020

Double win for the Tigers and a win for tenants in the Court of Appeal

October 18, 2020

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On the same day as the Richmond Tigers secured a berth in the Grand Final, the Court of Appeal handed the Tiges another important win that has implications for the retail tenancies market generally.  The Court of Appeal on Friday has upheld Croft J’s decision in  Richmond Football Club Ltd v Verraty Pty Ltd [2019] VSC 597 discussed here.   […]

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Link to Abi and my recent CPD on the Amending Regulations

October 7, 2020

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Abilene Singh and I did a webinar CPD on Monday about the Amending Regulations. For those who missed it but want to see the video, it is available here: https://www.greenslist.com.au/greens-blog/zoom-cpd-the-amending-regulations-and-extension-of-the-commercial-tenancy-relief-scheme The overheads from the presentation are also available if readers want them here:

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There is not enough fun in legal practice!

October 3, 2020

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Master Sanderson in the Supreme Court of Western Australia has taken a small step to remedy this. I think we need more judgments like this one… http://www.austlii.edu.au/cgi-bin/viewdoc/au/cases/wa/WASC//2020/347.html The case has nothing to do with the law of landlord and tenant, but it so well written that I had to share it. I genuinely think it […]

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AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO TENANTS ABOUT THE COMMERCIAL TENANCY RELIEF SCHEME FROM THE VICTORIAN SMALL BUSINESS COMMISSION

October 2, 2020

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An email has been circulating from the Victorian Small Business Commission to tenants about the operation of the Amending Regulations under the CTRS that readers of this blog will be interested in. The text of the VSBC’s email (with hyperlinks from the original email) reads as follows:  Dear tenant   The Victorian Government has extended the Commercial […]

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