Wednesday, 17 June 2020
A poignant reminder this week that during this COVID period, the Courts will still strictly apply the time limits and requirements for applying to have a statutory demand set aside. In CPR Solutions Mackay Pty Ltd v Zammit Earthmoving Pty Ltd, the respondent served a creditor’s statutory demand pursuant to section 559E of the Corporations Act 2001 (Corporations
Tuesday, 16 June 2020
Did you know, if you are a building contractor who is owed money, you may be entitled to be paid penalty interest on top of the amount that’s owing to you? Axia Litigation Lawyers recently obtained judgement against CGU Insurance Ltd (CGU) in the Court of Appeal, securing an award of more than $240,000 in penalty interest
Tuesday, 17 March 2020
To our valued community members, The Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation continues to evolve, and Axia Litigation Lawyers (Axia) has implemented a Business Continuity Plan as a precautionary measure. At this point in time, no staff member of Axia has been affected by COVID-19. Axia prioritise the safety and welfare of all clients, families, staff, and the broader community.
Friday, 07 February 2020
We’ve recently met with a spate of subcontractors seeking our assistance with payment issues, only to discover that they are operating through a company/trust structure and the company doesn’t have a QBCC licence! Typically, these subbies are unaware that the company must have its own licence. Instead, they have been relying on their personal QBCC