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Review of the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth)

The Australian Law Reform Commission has recommended comprehensive changes to the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth). It is expected that many of these changes will be adopted into law. Read on to find out how these changes might effect you!

Typical Legal Issues Facing Hospitality Businesses

Hospitality businesses are an integral part of the business community, not just providing us with our daily coffee and lunch, but contributing significantly to the economy. If you are an hospitality business owner, see how typical issues can affect the operation of you business.

It Pays to be Cooperative with the Workplace Ombudsman

The Commonwealth Government is reaping rewards from prosecuting small businesses for underpaid wages and entitlements. As advised in a previous newsletter, over the past 2 years, the Workplace Ombudsman has recovered more than $52 million in employee wage underpayments.

Too Much Bond Money can be Too Much

Many properties listed on websites require the prospective tenant to pay bond money that exceeds one month’s rent. Landlords and agents are not entitled to demand or accept a bond that is greater than one month’s rent payable.