Sale and leaseback deals are an attractive way for institutional investors to obtain exposure to the agricultural sector but there are common issues...
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Sale and leaseback deals are an attractive way for institutional investors to obtain exposure to the agricultural sector but there are common issues that need to be carefully considered.
The Court of Appeal of the Supreme Court of Western Australia allowed an appeal by Placer Dome Inc in a decision concerning the old land rich provisions in the Stamp Act 1921 (WA).
The Qld Government released the Consultation Regulatory Impact Statement for broadening and enhancing reef protection regulations to improve water quality protections for the Great Barrier Reef.
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KWM advised joint lead arrangers and bookrunners, Goldman Sachs (as left lead) and JPMorgan on a landmark A$350 million Term Loan B facility
KWM advised Quadrant Private Equity on their recent investments in Fitzpatricks Group and Retirement Victoria.
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Australia’s merger control regime is contained in the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) and is primarily administered by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
While the new tax rules are aimed at foreign vendors, Australian residents might similarly find themselves caught by the new regime when acquiring certain Australian assets.
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