No matter what type of business you operate - Company, Trust, Partnership, Sole Trader, Association or something else - we have a legal plan to suit you:
One of the first steps in protecting the value of your business is to have an accurate understanding and knowledge of the law.
A Business Legal plan lets you as a business owner talk to a lawyer whenever you might have a problem, without fear of the cost. With proper legal advice most problems can be avoided or quickly resolved. If further services are needed, such as a letter sent, a contract reviewed or representation in court, your business legal plan will ensure you have the right lawyer to provide the right advice or support to handle the matter correctly and at a substantially reduced cost.
Business Plan benefits include:
- Preventative legal services, including:
- Telephone advice and consultation
- Face to face consultation
- Phone calls and letters to third parties
- Contract and document review and preparation
- Recoveries and Debt collection
- Insurance law
- Specialist consultation
- Sale and Purchase of property/business
- Banking & Finance legal services
- Motor Vehicle/Commercial Water Craft legal services
- Employment and Workplace Relations
- Court proceedings
- Income Taxation legal services
- Other Legal Services – for pre-existing issues and legal services not included in the Business Plans.
Along with these legal services are other business based services specifically for business plan members through PPL's Business Network.
Please refer to the individual Plans below for the level of legal services provided under each plan.
- The Business Basics Plan is a cost effective introductory legal plan providing small business with access to a wide range of legal services at substancial savings. View Here.
- The Home Based Business Plan is a cost effective legal plan for those businesses who operate from a residential address. This plan is only available to businesses employing five or fewer employees and must be a registered business name or an incorporated business. View Here.
- The Small Business Plan is for businesses operating from commercial premises with fifty (50) or fewer employees. View Here.
- The Extended Business Plan is designed to meet the needs of businesses with more than fifty (50) but less than one hundred (100) employees. View Here.
- The Rural Producer Plan is only available to rural producers with a registered business name, or an incorporated private business or a family trust with up to 5 employees. The owner(s) or director(s) must reside on the property where the rural produce is raised or grown. The immediate family of the primary member are provided for under this plan. View Here.