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Newsletter August 2020

Welcome to the August edition of the Biddulph & Salenger newsletter.

A newsletter for clients, friends of the practice and special interest groups.

This is a free service and in this edition we have some topical articles written in a helpful, no-nonsense style with plenty of practical suggestions. 

We hope you enjoy the articles.


What was new and different is now every day, normal practice

We are here for you, in the office face to face with physical distancing, by email, by phone and by zoom and other video conferencing forums. 

Electronic conveyancing ensures you can buy and sell a house without leaving yours. Wills and Powers of attorney can be signed remotely if necessary. Court attendances are mainly by phone and video. 

Constantly having to adapt to rapid unexpected changes however is stressful, which is why our team has decided to increase its own resilience and fitness so we can continue to effectively look after you, our clients, as you experience unprecedented worry and uncertainty.

Feel free to join our 4 week fitness challenge with Wild Women on Top.

Our exertions will have the secondary purpose of fundraising for the organisation “Beyond Blue", which is doing invaluable work in these times with issues of mental health. 

We can’t beat Covid 19 but we can certainly ensure we are better equipped physically and mentally to cope with it. 

The Team at Biddulph & Salenger

Commercial leasing and COVID-19 - Mandatory Code of Conduct

The Federal Government has released a Mandatory Code of Conduct – SME Commercial Leasing Principles applicable to certain landlords and tenants when negotiating leasing arrangements during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Debt collection basics - protecting your business cashflow

If you are owed money for goods or services and it is overdue for payment, you might wonder what you can do to recover the money. In this article, we outline some things to consider and steps you can take to recover the debt.
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De facto relationships and Will contests

There are statutory rights for eligible persons to contest an unfair Will if they can show that they have been left without adequate provision by the testator, this includes a spouse, de facto partner, or child (of any age) of the deceased.
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This newsletter is intended to provide general information. 
You should obtain professional advice before you undertake any course of action.

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