When an existing lease expires, a tenant may have the “option” to renew the lease. Essentially a tenant has the right to have a new lease granted to them on the same terms as the existing lease. However, the rent will be reviewed in accordance with the rent review terms of the existing lease.

So,

In the latest issue of the F&P (Fundraising & Philanthropy) magazine, Joanne Grant, Partner at Makinson d’Apice takes a look at the legislative and compliance requirements that will impact the charity and not-for-profit sector in the next 12 months.

Click on the image to read the article.

Two notable developments in the NSW retirement villages sector have recently taken place – the first being the passage of new retirement village amendment legislation in November 2018 and the second being the appointment of a retirement village ambassador in December 2018.

Retirement Village Reforms

The Retirement Villages Amendment Act 2018 was assented to on

When Joanne joined Makinson d’Apice eight years ago, Bill d’Apice quickly recognised Joanne’s legal skills, positive attitude and impeccable client relationship skills.  Since that day the two of them have worked together and with the rest of the Charities and Not-For-Profit team they have built the practice it is today.

As Bill states:  Joanne’s appointment

The Second Edition of the Church Administration Handbook is now available to purchase online.
The handbook outlines how the complex institution that is the Catholic Church in the modern world
is structured and functions.

Written by experts in ecclesiastical and civil law, the Church Administration Handbook is an invaluable resource for:

  • managers of the

Bill d’Apice, Chairman and Partner, has been recognised in Chambers and Partners’ Asia Pacific 2018 edition as a Band 1 lawyer in the area of Charities.

This is a well-deserved acknowledgement and recognition of Bill’s dedication to the Charity sector over many decades.

From the Chambers Asia-Pacific guide: 

“Bill d’Apice of Makinson & d’Apice in

ACNCYesterday the Australian Charities and Not-For-Profits Commission (ACNC) launched the new charity portal.

The ACNC charity portal is an online service where you can:

  • access and update your charity’s details immediately on the ACNC Register
  • submit your Annual Information Statement onto the Register
  • print a copy of your charity’s registration certificate.

It is only available to registered charities and is password protected.


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