WGC Lawyers have an experienced specialist debt recovery team, who are able to assist you in all aspects of this area of law. WGC understands that creating a viable resolution to your debt dispute as quickly as possible is a top priority for all involved.
Our knowledgeable and experienced lawyers are able to provide expert legal advice whatever your debt recovery case may concern, including defending and negotiating as well as arranging a payment plan.
The debt recovery process can be a complex and stressful time for all parties involved. Ensure you work with an experienced lawyer to be aware of all aspects of the administration of companies.
The Bankruptcy Act 1966 is the legislation which governs this area of the law. If you have debts which you are unable to pay, bankruptcy could be one option for you. Work with an experienced commercial lawyer to ensure that you fully understand the legal and other implications before making this decision.
Body corporate arrears:
The Body Corporate and Community Management Act 1997 (BCCM Act) is the area of legislation which governs budgeting, finance and scheduling for bodies corporate. WGC can assist bodies corporate and lot owners to navigate this legislation.
If your company is facing debts that it is unable to manage or recover, be sure to work with WGC lawyers to provide you with specialist legal assistance from our experienced team to formulate an action plan.
There are a number of legal factors to consider during the debt recovery process. Seek expert legal advice to ensure that your company is following the law for this often stressful process.
To avoid often expensive and time-consuming court battles, discuss with a lawyer alternative dispute resolution options, including mediation and arbitration, to find a solution that is most suitable for your company’s commercial needs.
Appoint a lawyer to help guide you through the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth), a complicated piece of Commonwealth legislation.
Recovering debts or defending claims pursuant to a lease on a commercial property can be a difficult process. Ensure you work with a lawyer to help challenge or reclaim any outstanding lease payments owed to your company by a landlord or tenant.
An insolvent company could consider liquidation if it’s unable to repay outstanding loans or debts. Liquidation is the formal winding up of business, including stopping operations, selling assets and distributing surplus to shareholders. Consult a lawyer to help assist you in this often complicated business process.
Corporate litigation cases are an increasingly common feature of today’s business world. Be sure that your enterprise is appropriately covered with the correct insurance and seek legal guidance from the experienced WGC litigation team.
A loan agreement is a contract which states the agreed amount of finances to be loaned between parties. Seeking specialist legal advice can be essential in correctly creating and following the stipulations set out in this legally binding document.
Structuring debt repayments in a concise and easy to manage way could be achieved through a payment plan, depending on the type and nature of debts you’re attempting to recover or repay. Work with a lawyer to ensure the detailed amounts match legislation and best practices.
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