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Article written by Keypoint Law Consulting Principal, Andrea Beatty, and Associate, Jack McIntosh; as published in the LexisNexis Financial Services Newsletter 2016, Vol 15, No. 5   Unfair Contract Terms - analysis and toolkit From 12 November 2016, the Unfair Contract Terms Law (UCTL) that provides protections for consumers will be extended to include standard form small business contracts (SFSBCs).
In the second half of 2016, the reforms to Strata title laws will come into force in New South Wales.[1]  These include new statutory duties laid upon members of the executive committee of a strata plan. 
This article is part of a series on the new reforms to Strata Title legislation in NSW, the most far-reaching reform to take place since the commencement of strata title in 1961. Most provisions of the Strata Schemes Development Act 2015 (NSW) and Strata Schemes Management Act 2015 (NSW) will commence on 1 July 2016.  
It is astounding that so often we have discussions with both corporate and individual clients, and when we enquire what Modern Awards apply in their business or cover their employment, they either answer that they don’t have any as all employees are paid above award rates, or they just do not know. Modern Awards cover a vast number of employees across almost all areas of work. It is most unlikely that all an employers’ employees are award free, unless they have an enterprise agreement or other industrial agreement in place that overrides and displaces the operation of a Modern Award. 

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