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Many of us exchange communications nowadays with chatbots on websites. Numerous companies have incorporated them onto their websites to allow for 24/7 access to the company and the ability to provide consumers with information as and when requested. This has resulted in a recent case in Canada whereby Air Canada

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COVID saw the many laws in regard to insolvency and bankruptcy suspended, but now the gate has been opened and the ATO is pursuing some long-term debt. Directors of companies need to know that the Australian Tax Office (“ATO”) is cracking down on company debt owed to the ATO and

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What is a caveat and what is its purpose? A caveat can be thought of generally as notice on a certificate of title to anyone that they have an equitable or legal claim in that property, such as a lease, equitable mortgage or charge.  If someone has a genuine “caveatable

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People all over the world enter into contracts every day. Contracts can come in many forms – they can be written, verbal, or even a combination of the two. Some contracts are prepared by lawyers, some are taken straight off the internet and some might even be scribbled on a

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With advances in technology and the commonality of using electronic means to sign and execute documents, it is no surprise that we are now seeing cases being handed down from the Courts regarding emojis and their place in the construction of contracts. Emojis are small images that can be inserted

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