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Family Law, Conveyancing and Business NSW

This bundle includes guides from the following three publications, as well as our Practice Management guide as an extra bonus!


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Family Law


A comprehensive and easy to follow guide to Family Law in the Family Court of Australia and the Federal Circuit Court, with our valuable reference work "101 Family Law Answers". 

This publication also provides all commonly required precedents, including applications, affidavits and orders, plus correspondence.


The guide covers all aspects of a Family Law matter, from negotiations prior to commencing proceedings to interim applications, then preparation and conduct of final hearings and enforcement. The commentary includes the conduct of interim hearings and conciliation conferences, together with tools for analysing contributions and s 75(2) factors.


Some of the most popular precedents provided in this publication include:



  • Consent orders

  • Initial letter to client with costs agreement and copy letter to spouse

  • Initial pre-action letter to spouse

  • Financial agreement s 90C - After separation

  • Parenting plan

  • Affidavit - Separation under the one roof

  • Summary of assets and liabilities


Conveyancing NSW


A complete matter-management solution which allows conveyancers and support staff to run a busy conveyancing practice. Includes the By Lawyers Contract for Sale of Land 2018 edition.


Each step in the transaction is set out in sequential order with easy access to all of the required precedents and a simple but comprehensive commentary. The publication includes the reference materials ‘1001 Conveyancing Answers’, ‘A full description of the sale process in NSW’ and ‘A full description of the purchase process in NSW’. 


Popular precedents include:



  • Contract for sale of land – By Lawyers 2018

  • Order on the agent 

  • Letter to vendor's solicitor with settlement adjustments and requesting payment directions 

  • Detailed cover sheet - Purchase of real property 

  • Section 66W certificate 

  • Direction to pay to purchaser’s solicitor

  • Notice to complete

  • Contract for sale of land – Law Society

  • Letter to vendor's solicitor submitting transfer

  • Settlement instructions mortgagee


Business and Franchise NSW


The easy to follow, comprehensive procedures and checklists in this guide eliminate common issues which cause delay or dispute in relation to contracts for sale of business, such as purchaser entity, finance, premises and franchise requirements.


Precedents include our new Uniform Contract for Sale of Business which covers all aspects of the transaction from pre-exchange vendor warranties and purchaser guarantees (by shareholders where applicable) to completion, including effective releases of PPSR security interests, transfer all of business assets including copyright works, trade marks, supplier contracts, et cetera and the ASIC/Fair Trading requirements for the transfer of business name. Our contract also customises the competition restraints so they are enforceable, bind the key people and deal with e-commerce, non-solicitation of staff and customers and confidential information.


The commentary compares business structures, sets out the tax consequences of sale price apportionment, explains the tax treatment of stock, long service leave and other employee entitlements, considers the status of the premises and any franchise agreement and discusses many other important issues affecting business conveyancing.


Some of the most popular precedents in this publication include:



  • Uniform contract for sale of business

  • Letter to purchaser's solicitor submitting contract

  • Letter to vendor's solicitor with executed contract for exchange

  • Direction to pay to purchaser's solicitor

  • Order on agent

  • Notice to complete

  • Direction to pay to incoming mortgagee

  • Summary of relevant considerations

  • Letter to vendor's solicitor raising requisitions


 



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