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What is it?
A vendor finance agreement is a contract between a buyer and a seller, whereby the seller agrees to assist with funding the purchase price. The arrangements vary depending on the circumstances. Typically, the buyer will pay a portion of the purchase price at settlement, at which time ownership is transferred. They will then pay the remaining amount at a later date. The vendor will usually charge interest on the outstanding amount and may require security or some other guarantee that full payment will be made. read more…
Environmental considerations form the parameters of almost all commercial conduct. Those parameters are set by numerous laws, which have been implemented at state, territory, and federal levels. In a commercial sense, environmental protection laws are quite well known. Australia is renowned for maintaining a high standard of environmental management, and such management contributes to the manner in which businesses are operated nationwide. However, the liability attracted by contraventions of environmental law is widely considered to be civil in nature. read more…
Co-owners structure their ownership interests in many ways. The impact of tax laws, specific industry regulation and an owner’s desire to protect their personal assets drives the decision on structure.
The laws surrounding cyber crimes are more relevant now, than ever. Cyber crimes can affect businesses in a plethora of ways. It is possible for cyber crimes to affect Queensland business directly. But it’s also possible for cyber crimes to affect businesses indirectly. As with all conduct, though, the law does intervene when a certain threshold is crossed. read more…
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