BSc LLB GDLP
Daniel Dash is a Senior Associate in the Commercial Law team at NB Lawyers.
Prior to joining NB Lawyers Daniel worked as an Associate for a legal practice in the Brisbane CBD, where he acquired extensive experience advising business owners and directors in a range of commercial law matters including business sales, share sales, contracts, corporations law, business restructures, trusts, litigation, succession and taxation matters.
Daniel also has a special interest in Estate Administration and Asset protection.
Daniel holds a dual Bachelor of Science/Laws and holds his Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice
Daniel is passionate about providing concise advice and finding practical solutions to legal issues faced by business owners and company directors.
Examples of the types of matters Daniel has acted in include the following:
- Application for appointment of statutory trustees for sale of land under Section 38 of the Property Law Act 1974 (Qld) in case of co-owner dispute.
- Prosecution of warrant pursuant to Section 146 of the Property Law Act 1974 (Qld) for possession of property unlawfully occupied by a related party.
- Appointment of liquidators and receivers on 'just and equitable grounds' pursuant to Section 461(1)(k) of Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) where the management of a business was deadlocked between co-directors.
- Application for oppression remedy under Section 233 of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) and alternatively winding up of a Company where minority shareholder excluded from company involvement and evidence of malfeasance by the sole director.
- Scrip for scrip rollover transaction where private company taken over by larger company in exchange for issue of shares in the new owner, applying Section 124-M of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997 (Cth).
- Establishing investment trusts and managing legal requirements of private investments.
- Establishing and amending discretionary trust deeds, advising on state and federal tax liabilities which apply.
- Executing the dismissal of decade long legal proceedings, concerning a mining joint venture, pursuant to Rule 280 of the Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 2011 (Qld) where plaintiff failed to prosecute its case in a reasonable time.
- Due diligence investigations and acquisition of cattle property in central Queensland.
- Drafting share sale contract for sale of Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and advice in connection with ASQA compliance.