Competition & Consumer Act 2010

When is a restraint of trade clause not reasonable?
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When is a restraint of trade clause not reasonable?

Generally speaking, a restraint of trade clause refers to an instance where one party agrees with another party to restrict a person’s right to carry on their trade or profession. Every case is different; restraint of trade clauses can vary depending on the nature of the agreement between employer and employee and the nature of the business of the employer.

Can I claim for an ‘incapacity’ under a workers compensation scheme even though I can still do some work?
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Can I claim for an ‘incapacity’ under a workers compensation scheme even though I can still do some work?

If you suffer an injury at your work, you may still be entitled to receive WorkCover payments even if you are not totally incapacitated.

What To Do If Promises Made In Person Are Not In Your Contract?
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What to do if promises made in person are not in your contract?

Trade Practices Act 1974 (Cth) and the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth).

I set up a company, and now it has become deregistered. What should I do?
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I set up a company, and now it has become deregistered. What should I do?

ASIC and the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) If you decide to create a company in Australia, it is governed by the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth).

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