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A Power of Attorney can also be appointed to help manage the affairs of a company. Find out how a Company Power of Attorney works here.

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While strategic alliances and joint ventures seem to have some similarities, in practice, they are very different. Find out how they differ.
Working as a consultant or planning on entering the industry? Find out the top 10 most used legal documents in the consulting industry here.
Time to change shareholders? Read this guide to the process you should follow if you're going to remove a shareholder from your company.
Are you looking to pass a company resolution? Do you know the difference between an ordinary and special resolution? Read on to find out more.
Is there a limit on the number of shareholders your private company can have? Read more to find out about shareholders in private companies.
A solvency resolution is a key requirement all company director's must pass annually. So what is it? Read our guide to find out more.

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While strategic alliances and joint ventures seem to have some similarities, in practice, they are very different. Find out how they differ.
Have you ever wondered whether you can run multiple businesses under one company? Read this article to find out.
Unsure what an invitation to treat is, or how it differs from an offer? This legal guide will answer some questions you might have.
Due to the rapid decline in cash use, you might wonder, can a business refuse cash in Australia? This article explains whether it is legal.
Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) are legal documents which prevent one or both parties from releasing confidential information.

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