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Advising global cryptocurrency exchange operators on entry into Australian market July 31, 2018

The rise in popularity and demand for cryptocurrency trading has resulted in a number of cryptocurrency exchange operators expanding into different countries, including Australia, to create a global brand. In Australia, new laws and regulations … Continued

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Maddocks advises French firm on major construction company acquisition August 6, 2018

Monday 6 August 2018 Law firm Maddocks recently advised French firm Bouygues Construction on its acquisition of leading Australian construction and fitout business AW Edwards. The acquisition is a key part of Bouygues’ continued expansion … Continued

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Do your construction documents conform with the new Ministerial Directions and Instructions for Public Construction Procurement? August 15, 2018

Are you a state government department or public body which procures public construction works and services? Are you in the process of determining which form of contract will be most appropriate for your procurement to issue … Continued

Frontlink Update

Further to our recent article, we have received confirmation from the SRO that the Supreme Court decision in Frontlink will not be appealed by the Commissioner. The decision is now final as the period for appeal lapsed on 10 March 2016.

Landowners and developers should proceed to revisit previous decisions made by the SRO in respect of section 201RF(b) of the Planning and Environment Act 1987 (Vic) as the Frontlink decision may now provide a basis for a more favourable consideration of any application made that had previously been rejected.

Click here to read our previously issued article for further information.

 

Further to our recent article, we have received confirmation from the SRO that the Supreme Court decision in Frontlink will not be appealed by the Commissioner. The decision is now final as the period for appeal lapsed on 10 March 2016.

Landowners and developers should proceed to revisit previous decisions made by the SRO in respect of section 201RF(b) of the Planning and Environment Act 1987 (Vic) as the Frontlink decision may now provide a basis for a more favourable consideration of any application made that had previously been rejected.

Click here to read our previously issued article for further information.