Company Disputes

boardroom-lrge-1A company business structure establishes a company as a legal entity in its own right, separate from its officers and shareholders. The most common types of businesses are either public or proprietary limited.

All companies are directly regulated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (‘ASIC’), the Corporations Act and other legislation.

Company disputes arise particularly in relation to:

  • the establishment of a company;
  • the running of a company including the appointment, remuneration and removal of directors;
  • minority shareholder concerns;
  • lessor disputes;
  • supplier disputes;
  • lender disputes;
  • the provision of personal guarantees;
  • profit distribution;
  • company taxation;
  • financial difficulties;
  • insolvency; and
  • winding up.

The resolution of company disputes generally involve dealing directly with the company and/or ASIC.

For further information on Companies see:

  1. Business Queensland – Companies.
  1. ComLaw – the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth).

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