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Welcome to the July newsletter from RN Legal

Human Resources (HR) compliance is not simple and straightforward and the penalties and fines (as well as the negative publicity) that goes with getting this wrong is not worth taking the risk. Capital costs are required but it will be money well spent and will go a long way in putting your organisation in good stead for growth. Our first article explores undertaking a review of HR compliance in businesses.

A deed of settlement, also called a deed of settlement and release, is a document that formalises the terms of an agreement to settle a dispute. It details what each party needs to do in order to settle a dispute and releases each party from any further obligation. Our second article looks at an example of a deed of settlement and what is involved.

We hope you find this month's articles interesting and useful. 

From the team at RN Legal

A good time to undertake a review of HR compliance 

HR has an incredible opportunity to build growth and people capability in organisations. There are opportunities to build compliance frameworks which may require capital investment of time and money initially, but will pay dividends.
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What is a deed of settlement?

It is recommended that before executing a deed, you obtain legal advice to ensure that the deed of settlement covers all the important matters and is an accurate reflection of your intention.
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Are you buying or selling a property?

Buying or selling property is a big financial decision, so it is important that you consult a lawyer before signing any documents.

RN Legal can provide you with legal advice to help you fully understand the issues involved in purchasing and selling property in New South Wales.

Our solicitors can offer assistance with property law in the following ways:

  • Drafting and reviewing your Contract for Sale;
  • Advice in regard to the ‘cooling off period’ and Section 66W Certificates;
  • Negotiating terms and conditions for the sale or purchase of property;
  • Arrange title searches and land enquiries;
  • Advice for first home buyers including applicable stamp duty grants and concessions;
  • Preparing Powers of Attorney and registering them with the Land Titles Office;
  • Ensure that lender’s requirements are met and coordinate settlement with them in order to effect a smooth transaction.
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