This month's feature article comes from our restructuring and insolvency team: Compliance with a statutory demand - does 21 days mean 21 days?

Also this month we bring you articles on insurance, property, workplace relations, corporate and commercial, restructuring and insolvency, planning and environment, and transport and logistics.

In other news, planning and environment partner Todd Neal was recently interviewed by Wendy Harmer on ABC Radio Sydney about the proposed amendments to the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act which you can listen to by clicking here.

We welcome all media enquiries and feedback on our articles, as well as any suggestions you may have on topics you would like to see covered in future editions of CBP Focus.

Until next month,

Simone Farrugia
Senior Associate

Planning and environment

The 10 Commandments governing conditions of consent
Todd Neal's ABC Radio Sydney interview 


Option agreement to purchase property: strict compliance a must

Corporate and commercial

Amendments to AFSL holder requirements under the Corporations Act
Medicinal cannabis - cultivation, production, and manufacture
Tax incentives in Australia for innovation
Tax averaging for primary producers
Chain of responsibility amendments to the Queensland Environmental Protection Act

Workplace relations

Protecting vulnerable workers amendment to Fair Work Act

Restructuring and insolvency

Sakr appeal successful
Liquidators' duty of care to guarantors
Compliance with a statutory demand - does 21 days mean 21 days?


Reconsidering post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as a "bodily injury"

Transport and logistics

Transport & Logistics News - March 2017

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