Do you have a credit policy? When was the last time you checked it? Ledlin Lawyers are here to spice up credit policies in this guest blog post with a burger analogy that you'll want to sink your teeth into.
Here’s a Fun Fact Who would have thought that a line marked around the hull of merchant ships could be such a lifesaver? In the late 19th century, Samuel Plimsoll, a merchant and shipping reformer, became increasingly concerned about the loss of life caused by the overloading of ships. He devised the Plimsoll line, a […]
How to develop your credit policy: A step by step “little bit different” guide Did you know that the expression “giving credit where credit is due” can be traced back to a letter written by Samuel Adams in 1777 (that’s one of our American cousin’s Founding Fathers, not the iconic Boston beer of the same […]
Has your ex (Customer) got you in “the Funk”? – A light-hearted guide to recovering from debtor breakup
What do you do when a customer lets you down? In our last article, we explored what happens when you have the “Feels” for a Customer and how to avoid debtor heartbreak (check it out here). The “Funk” is that ensuing feeling you get when you realise the Customer you have supported, fought for, gone […]
Don't let a debtor break your heart. In this guest post from Ledlin Lawyers, you'll learn the five signs that will help you stay ahead of bad debt and ensure you get paid.
Recap what was covered in Part 3 of our webinar series If you weren’t able to join our Part 3 webinar series: PPSRLogic: Create, Manage, Renew, here is a summary of the main points we covered. We’ve previously looked at why you need to register and how to register on the PPSR, but now we’re […]
If you didn’t catch our Part 2 webinar series on PPSR: Getting It Right, here is a summary of the main points we covered. Recently, Paul Mead, CreditorWatch PPSR Specialist and Terry Ledlin, Special Counsel at Ledlin Lawyers, held the second webinar of the PPSR series which explored the importance of registering accurately, avoiding common […]
Decipher the terminology of the Personal Properties Security Act The Personal Property Securities Act (PPSA) can be very confusing for lawyers and even more so for the average person. The PPSA is designed to allow personal property (not real estate, but goods, chattels and certain rights) to be used as security for a financial transaction. […]
CREDITORWATCH | 12 MIN READ Notifiable Data Breaches (“NDB”) With the commencement of the Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Act 2017 (Cth) (“Privacy Act”) on 22 February 2018, not only is there an obligation on businesses to notify the regulator (the OAIC) about a “serious data breach” but also a requirement to have a Data […]
Here we are in early 2018, a time where all those earnest NYE resolutions and commitments (lose weight, get fit, eat healthy, find true love, have more dynamic relationships etc. etc. etc.) all lie behind us, busted and broken. 7% of the year has now been spent on sun, sport and sausages and now the […]