Eric Kalde is the author of over 30 practice guides published through the leading Australian legal publishers Precedents Online. Lawyers all over Australia rely on Eric Kalde’s precedents and practice guides in their legal practice.
Always one to question the accepted way of doing things, Eric has been slowly revolutionising the legal profession in Australia. Access to his Kindle books and Practice Guides has been empowering ordinary people to do their own legal work. Eric still works every day at his law firm Kalde & Associates Commercial Lawyers in Sydney, Australia. He remains the trusted legal advisor and strategist for innovative entrepreneurs and business owners. He shares his thoughts, new discoveries and ideas via his blog, newsletter and practice guides.

Starting a Business in Australia

This is a book about starting a business. It provides a map, compass and checklist for starting a business from the ground up. I explain the process, and recommend the order in which you do things. I make suggestions about important steps, and factors you can give a...

Handy hints when selling your business.

Getting Ready for Sale Selling Your Business - Some helpful hints Maximise the selling price of your business before you list it for sale. Listing your business for sale without checking the things purchasers will look for first will cause you problems. The sale will...

Small Business Your Free Book

Small Business & The Law. WHY YOU MUST COMPLY   The law (ASIC)  enforces that a small business must comply under the laws whether you are a small business, business name or a registered company in Australia.  As the business owner, you are responsible to...

Can I borrow money from my own company?

Can I borrow money from my own company? Yes, but be careful the ATO doesn’t tax you on it. Unwritten loans are taxed as dividends by the ATO. But there is a way to avoid this sneaky deeming provision. Read on. Those of you fortunate enough to own your own company may...

Do commercial tenants still need to pay rent?

Do commercial tenants still need to pay rent? This is one of the questions landlords and tenants have been asking since the Government announced a Code of Conduct in early April. Implementing the Code has have proved to be more difficult than at first thought. The...