Corporation Law

At Zhang Partners, our lawyers have both in-house legal/compliance and government investigation background.

We can act as your in-house lawyer on Contract – we will manage all your internal legal affairs as well as liaising with all Government Authorities on your behalf – so you can concentrate on your balance sheet, not bureaucrats.

Corporate Start Up

Looking to setting up a Company? Enquire our Corporate Advisory package which will take from Advisory, consultation to having your Company set up and registered.

  • Corporate Advisory
  • Start up Advisory service
  • Contract and documentation packages
  • Company Registration
  • everything else you will need to have your Company up and running

Between Shareholders, it is essential to have a Shareholder Agreement in place that stipulates issues such as management, division of responsibilities, control, decision making capacity, dispute resolution between Shareholders, sale of shares in the event of dispute between shareholders, etc.

Alternative, clients may wish to consider alternative entitles such as:

  • Discretionary Trust
  • Unit Trust
  • Partnership
  • Joint Ventures

Our office can also assist our corporate clients with:

Shareholder Disputes

Managed Investment Schemes

Corporate Governance and Compliance

  • Director duties and liabilities
  • Company Secretary
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Competition and Consumer Law

Australian Financial Services License

Liaising with ASIC, ACCC, ATO, APRA and various other government departments.

For more information, visit:
Australian Securities and Investment Commission
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission
Australian Taxation Office
Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority

Disclaimer: Contents provided on this webpage are general information only and are not intended to be legal advice. Legal advice will only be provided upon consultation with our office

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