Changes to Victoria’s Pandemic Orders for “Specified Facilities” and “Specified Workers”

On 12 January 2022, changes were made to the current ‘mandatory vaccination’ orders in Victoria. If you are an employer or a worker in aged-care or healthcare, covered by the ‘Specified Facilities’ Order, the definition of ‘fully vaccinated’ now includes a booster shot (3rd dose of a recognised COVID-19 vaccine). Similarly, some industries (but not [...]

2022-01-16T23:56:56+00:00January 16th, 2022|Compliance, employees, Employment Law|Comments Off on Changes to Victoria’s Pandemic Orders for “Specified Facilities” and “Specified Workers”

Commercial Leasing Basics – Who pays lease preparation costs?

When commercial landlords and tenants are in the process of negotiating a new premises lease, it is common for some initial agreement to be made in relation to the costs for preparation of lease documentation. This can often take the form of a clause contained within an estate agent’s proforma Lease Offer document. In many [...]

2022-01-09T22:52:29+00:00January 9th, 2022|Property|Comments Off on Commercial Leasing Basics – Who pays lease preparation costs?
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