3 things you need to know about building contracts

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Your building contract is an important document that you shouldn’t sign blindly. Doing so could lead to messy legal wrangles and costly project delays.

But what should you look out for in a building contract?

Here are three common questions that come up with regards to building contracts. Make sure

What’s sham-contracting – and how do you avoid it?

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As the saying goes, if something looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck … then it probably is a duck.

So even if your worker signs a contractor agreement, they may still be considered an employee under Australian law.

That’s why it’s critical for

Your legal checklist when buying a hospitality business

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Buying a hospitality business can be a risky venture if you don’t have all the facts or miss a crucial piece of information.

To minimise the risk, it’s important to do your due diligence. Here are five issues you need to resolve buying a hospitality business.

Has the

Britain’s offshore detention plans, and investigating human rights violations

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ABC Radio

Britain seeks to overhaul immigration laws as asylum seekers and migrants continue to arrive across the English Channel from France.  How to investigate human rights violations when on-the-ground access becomes impossible? And, the dangers facing human rights investigators in Afghanistan. Guests: Madeline Gleeson, Senior Research Fellow, Andrew & Renata