Platform Overview


Have you ever wondered whether you can run multiple businesses under one company? Read this article to find out.
New businesses may feel intimidated by the tender process. In this article, you will learn what an expression of interest for tenders is and how to write one.
A company's internal affairs can be managed under both a company constitution and replaceable rules in the Corporations Act. Learn which is better here.
Companies can either be limited by shares or guarantee. Read this article to find out the difference between them.
Have you ever wondered if you can be a company director if you are bankrupt? Read this article to find out.
What is a company constitution? A constitution is a crucial legal document. Read this article to find out what they are and if you need one.
Due to the rapid decline in cash use, you might wonder, can a business refuse cash in Australia? This article explains whether it is legal.
Have you ever wondered how to issue shares in a private company? Read this article if you want to learn how.
Unsure what an invitation to treat is, or how it differs from an offer? This legal guide will answer some questions you might have.
In the event something goes wrong as a Company Director, a Deed Indemnity can protect you.
Deciding on a business structure can be difficult. Read about the advantages and disadvantages of forming a public company structure.
Company shares are often owned by larger companies which 'hold' the stock. Read on to learn how ultimate holding companies could benefit you.
Registering a company means that as an owner, you'll be protected under the corporate veil. However, there are circumstances where this can be overridden.
Heard of misleading and deceptive conduct but not sure exactly what it involves? Here are some common examples of this type of conduct.
What is the difference between a chairman and a director? Find out more by reading the rest of this article.
Industry codes of practice help set the standard and regulate conduct in certain industries. Find out what some of the most common codes are here.
Concerned about a former employee taking advantage of confidential information? Learn about how a non-compete clause can protect your business.

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