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Amit Jois reflects on the key takeaways from the 2019 Global AgInvesting conference in NYC
On 25 September, Australia’s Foreign Investment Review Board issued 2 guidance notes, designed to clarify Australia’s foreign investment policy in 2 key areas - acquisition of agricultural land and...
Updated article: originally published as 'review of the regulatory and tax landscape for foreign investors.'
With the introduction of the new Regulator, we can expect an increased focus on compliance with water laws in NSW.
On 24 February 2017, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) announced its Enforcement and Compliance Policy for 2017.
Foreign investors holding existing interests in agricultural land as at 1 July 2015 must register those interests by 31 December 2015.
As predicted, the Federal Government has acted on an election promise to lower the screening thresholds for foreign buyers of Australian Rural Land effective from 1 March 2015. Read on to find out...
The Queensland State Government has announced additional details of its proposals for restriction of resource developments on Strategic Cropping Land...
All pastoral leases in Western Australia granted under the Land Act 1933 (WA) (now repealed) are set to expire on 30 June 2015. Although the...
In circumstances where the number of retrospective applications made by liquidators under section 477(2B) of the Corporations Act for Court approval to enter into agreements of more than 3 months...
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