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Commentary added on national recognition of domestic violence orders scheme
The asset test threshold amounts have been updated in the wills retainer instruction precedents.
Three new sublease precedents have been added to the Leases publication:
- Sublease – retail
- Sublease – commercial industrial
- Sublease – rural
A provision has been included in the will precedents to provide for the resignation of a trustee without being replaced, provided one remains.
The Neighbourhood Disputes publication was updated to reflect amendments to the Dog and Cat Management Act which commenced 1 July 2017
The Supreme Court Probate filing fees have been updated in the retainer instructions and in the costs agreements. 1 July 2017
The costs agreements and retainer instructions have been updated to reflect changes to the Supreme Court filing fees.
The commentary was updated to include an expanded discussion about employment agreements and the handling of employee entitlements when a business changes hands.