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Companies, NSW Conveyancing and NSW Business and Franchise

This bundle includes guides from the following three publications. 


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Companies, Trusts, Partnerships and Superannuation


This valuable publication provides a simple guide to companies, trusts, partnerships, joint ventures and superannuation, with all commonly required documents, allowing you to advise and service your clients with confidence.


Superannuation is explained simply and comprehensively, and is accompanied by a full suite of precedents, including everything needed to set-up, run and amend a self managed superannuation fund.


The commentary provides a tax and succession planning overview sufficient for most circumstances found in general practice.


Some of the most popular precedents included in this publication:




    • Comparative table of business structures

    • Limited recourse borrowing documentation

    • Company constitution

    • Company resolution

    • Shareholder agreement (long and short forms)

    • Agreement for sale of shares

    • SMSF trust deed and rules

    • Binding death benefit nomination

    • Unit trust

    • Discretionary trust deed

    • Hybrid trust

    • Joint venture agreement

    • Partnership agreement

    • Put and Call option

    • Charitable trust



NSW Conveyancing 


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


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

    • 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



NSW Business and Franchise


The Sale and Purchase of Business and Franchise publications seek to assist the practitioner to successfully navigate the complex process that is business conveyancing.


The commentaries set out the tax consequences of sale price apportionment and explain the tax treatment of stock, long service leave and other employee entitlements, the status of the premises and many other important issues.


The many precedents include the By Lawyers 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, the effective release of PPSR security interests, the transfer of business assets including copyright works, trade marks, supplier contracts and the ASIC requirements for the transfer of the business name. The contract also customises the competition restraints so they are enforceable, binds the key people and deals with confidential information and non?solicitation of staff and customers.


The comprehensive matter plan is an effective risk management tool, assisting practitioners to work though the matter ensuring the necessary steps of a typical matter are considered as required.


The Business Structures and the Comparative Table commentary usefully compares the various business structures. This is particularly useful when advising purchasers.


The Franchises commentary is a comprehensive manual on franchise agreements.



Recent updates can be viewed on Obiter - our News & Updates site.



Popular precedents in this publication include:



  • By Lawyers Uniform Contract for Sale of Business

  • Retainer instructions

  • Library of 24 special conditions

  • Library of 19 other contracts, licences and agreements

  • Settlement adjustment sheet

  • Client Enclosure - Summary of relevant considerations



MATTER PLAN
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  • “ This publication is designed to assist with the set-up of a new business structure, the acquisition of an existing structure and the change from one structure to another by covering the essential elements, advantages and disadvantages of each possible structure in relation to income tax, capital ... ”
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  • “ The following table considers: The status of each structure in relation to income tax, capital gains tax and land tax. ”
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  • “ Sole proprietorship A sole proprietorship, most often known as a sole trader, is the simplest structure. Its key feature is that the business has no separate legal existence from its owner. It is owned and run by one individual who is responsible for all debts and liabilities of the business. A ... ”
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  • “ Income tax The principal way in which tax is minimised is by the 'splitting' of income by having the flexibility to divert income to the lowest tax rate entity. Therefore a sole trader and a partnership of individuals rate poorly in the table. ”
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  • “ Small business capital gains tax concessions To qualify for the small business capital gains tax concessions the basic conditions for relief listed under s 152.1 Income Tax Assessment Act 1997 must be satisfied, namely: ”
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  • “ Example 1 – Tax advantages of a vendor selling shares Tax advantages of a vendor selling shares in the company rather than the company selling the business ”
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