Day: August 25, 2020

Australian Bankruptcy Act 1966 – Legal Memorandum

Bankruptcy Act 1966     Laws providing for the recovery of undervalued transactions and transfers to defeat creditors   Section 120 (1) A transfer of property by a person who later becomes a bankrupt (the transferor) to another person (the transferee) is void against the trustee in the transferor’s bankruptcy if: (a) the transfer took …

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Legal Requirements for the Establishment of a Popsicle Business in Australia

Research on Popsicle Production in Australia Date of Final Report: 22 May 2020     Market Size: $1bn Number of Businesses: 276 Industry Employment: 3,236   The following are the major players in terms of market share in the Ice Cream Manufacturing industry in Australia: Regal Cream Products Pty. Limited: Peters Food Group Pty Limited; …

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Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) The Competition and Consumer Act prohibit cartel by ensuring that businesses does not engage in the following conduct: Price fixing; Sharing markets; Rigging bids; and Controlling the output of goods and services. Cartel may be local, national or international and many go into great lengths to avoid detection due …

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Short-term & Long-term Disability Memo State of Iowa

Memorandum   TO: FROM: RE: Short-term & long-term disability benefits DATE: 6/19/2020 Summary of Issues and Answers   Are there any circumstances in Iowa where the fact that a plaintiff has received short-term or long-term disability benefits for their accident related injuries is admissible at trial? Yes, it is a generally accepted practice to admit …

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Extradition Treaty between Singapore and Philippines – Legal Research

Ability of foreigners stranded in Manila to fly home to their country of residence / citizenship. At present 21 August 2020, distressed foreigners stranded in various destinations in the country following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) are being assisted to be repatriated to their home countries through the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) …

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