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Wendy Hubbard

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Wendy Hubbard

Wendy has lived in Noosa for about 30 years. She has worked with the team SPM Law team for 20 odd years and has worked in the litigation division of the firm for all that time. Wendy and her husband were heavily involved in the Noosa Rugby Union Club over the years, Wendy being secretary for about 3 years. She also fancies herself as a bit of an actress and has appeared on stages from Noosa and Eumundi to Redcliffe.


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COVID -19 Lease Legislation Summary

RETAIL SHOP LEASES AND OTHER COMMERCIAL LEASES (COVID-19 EMERGENCY RESPONSE) REGULATION 2020 (QLD)2020 - SUMMARY OF LEGISLATION Initial Comments On 28 May 2020, the Retail Shop Leases and Other Commercial Leases (COVID-19 Emergency Response) Regulation 2020 (Qld) (“the Regulation”) was introduced into Queensland law. Taking a few weeks longer than anticipated, the Regulation went beyond what was expected, or at least what was noted by the Mandatory Code of Conduct. The Regulation has a very tenant favoured basis, and grants some significant powers, even going as far to provide avenues for landlords and tenants to be ordered to pay compensation by the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (“QCAT”) if their conduct during the COVID-19 pandemic in negotiating rent is deemed unconscionable or is not in good faith.

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