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    Commercial Arbitration Bill 2012
    Arbitration is a formal dispute resolution process in which two or more parties refer their dispute to an independent third person (the arbitrator) for determination. The result of the arbitration, known as the award, is enforceable in the same manner as a court judgment. The Commercial Arbitration Act 1990 currently governs domestic commercial arbitrations in Queensland. The Act, which is one o

    Qld Small Business Strategy and Action Plan 2013-15
    In its first year in office, the Government has made substantial progress in getting small businesses back on track, by delivering on commitments under the ‘Blueprint for Queensland Small Business’ to lower payroll tax, reduce red tape and reform the skills and training system. The Queensland Small Business Strategy and Action Plan 2013-2015 has been developed to build on the government’s ‘Bluep

    Transitioning the Government’s contract payment terms
    The Government is committed to transitioning government contract payment terms to ensure all bills from suppliers to Government involving contracts up to $1 million are paid within 30 days from 1 July 2013 and to introduce a daily rate of interest payable to suppliers on any monies owed. This commitment was stated in the Queensland Small Business Strategy and Action Plan 2013-15 published in May 2

    Appointments to Business Development Fund Investment Panel
    The Business Development Fund (BDF) is the Queensland Government’s $40 million early stage and follow-on venture capital fund investing in growing innovative Queensland businesses. It is a key element of the Business Investment Attraction package, which is part of the Advance Queensland program. Advance Queensland will facilitate growth of Queensland’s knowledge-based economy, creating jobs and i

    Proclamation under the Corporations (Commonwealth Powers) Act 2001
    Under the Corporations (Commonwealth Powers) Act 2001 (the Act), the Parliament of Queensland referred to the Commonwealth Parliament the powers: to enact the Corporations Act 2001 and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission Act 2001 as Commonwealth legislation extending to each State; and to make laws about forming corporations, corporate regulation and financial products and service

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Business and Innovation Reference Group
    The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Business and Innovation Reference Group will provide strategic advice to the Minister for Innovation, Science and the Digital Economy and the Minister for Small Business on business and innovation matters that impact on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. In particular, the Reference Group will: provide policy and strategic advice on innovat

    Review of Queensland Trading (Allowable Hours) Act 1990
    Queensland’s shop trading hours are regulated by the Trading (Allowable Hours) Act 1990 (the Act) and through various Queensland Industrial Relations Commission (QIRC) trading hours Orders. On 31 August 2016, the Government approved the establishment of an independent reference group, chaired by Mr John Mickel and comprising of the National Retail Association, the Master Grocers Association, the

    Trading (Allowable Hours) Amendment Bill 2017
    In response to concerns raised by business and community that Queensland’s trading hours arrangements are difficult to navigate and may act as a disincentive to business expansion, employment and economic growth, on 31 August 2016, the Government appointed Mr John Mickel as the Chair of an independent reference group to conduct a review and report back to Government. The reference group, comprised

    Government Response to Finance and Admin Committee Report No 37 - Trading Allowable Hours Act Amendment Bill 2017
    The Finance and Administration Committee examined the Trading (Allowable Hours) Amendment Bill 2017 and tabled its report on 28 April 2017. The Committee recommended three amendments: that the Trading (Allowable Hours) Amendment Bill 2017 be amended to include the Cairns CBD in the defined tourist area. that the Bill be amended, as per the Queensland Treasury’s advice, to refer to an appropriate a

    Non-Exempt (Large) Shop Trading Hours on Easter Saturday
    Amendments to the Trading (Allowable Hours) Act 1990 allow non-exempt shops in areas without seven-day trade to open on Easter Saturday, with the normal Saturday trading times of 8am to 6pm to apply. Such an amendment would reinstate provisions that formally applied. Cabinet noted the amendments to the Trading (Allowable Hours) Act 1990 would allow non-exempt shops in areas without seven-day tradi

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    12 May, 2016

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