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Meyer Vandenberg is a dynamic Australian commercial firm providing legal and advisory services to Canberra and surrounds. Our firm is recognised for providing quality service to all our clients. We undertake work for clients at a local and national level, as well as internationally through our membership of the ALFA International Legal Network.

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How can you subdivide your rural or farm land in NSW?
Property
Deciding to subdivide a parcel of land is the easy part, it's what follows that can be tricky, with many hoops to jump through, and costs and conditions to be met. Meyer Vandenberg's Property Commercial & Finance Team takes you through the process and answers the key questions. What is the purpose of subdivision? In NSW, any plan that creates new...
ACT Work Health and Safety law changes for major construction projects
Property
On 7 June 2018, an amendment to the ACT Work Health and Safety Act 2011 (ACT)(the WHS Act) was tabled in the ACT Legislative Assembly. If the amendment passes the Assembly, it will come into force on 1 January 2019 and impose new Work Health and Safety (WHS) obligations for Canberra construction companies running projects worth more than $5 million. The Work Health and...
6 Quick Security Tips: What steps can you take to protect your business’ data?
Business Law
As threats to business’ security and data grow ever more complex and diverse, businesses must be on constant guard against the next danger, especially where they must notify individuals in the event of a data breach. The new mandatory data breach notification regime has now come into operation. Having only begun on 22 February (Meyer Vandenberg has previously written on the topic...
Good Wills Hunting: Risks of using DIY Will-Kits
Family Law
Think you’re sorted if you prepared your own Will using a Will-kit from the newsagency, or one you downloaded from the internet, or one you’ve freestyled and typed up yourself? Think again! If you don’t complete a Will correctly, you may cause more of a burden for your family than if you’d passed away without a Will. Yes, you might...
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