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Compliance is essential for winding up applications during COVID

Late in 2020, In the matter of Ryals Hotels Pty Ltd [2020] NSWSC 1906, the Supreme Court of New South Wales was required to examine various restrictions brought into support businesses through the COVID period and what impact they had on an application by a landlord to wind up a commercial tenant.

Landlord’s attempt to avoid COVID restrictions for commercial tenant a costly exercise

During 2020, as part of the National Cabinet’s response to COVID-19, a number of measures were put in place to assist businesses to continue to trade including:

Signed, attached and emailed: The court’s take on electronic signatures and recent temporary COVID-19 amendments to the Corporations Act regarding electronic execution

As part of the response to the COVID crisis, temporary measures have been introduced to facilitate the electronic execution of documents. In this blog we consider whether those measures would have changed the decision in the Bendigo Case and the extent to which they are likely to remain temporary.  

Physical Commencement in the time of COVID – the what and when

Some developers are turning their minds to preserving their development consents (Consent) during the pandemic by “physically commencing” the approved project.
  • 27 Jul 2020

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