If the sole director and shareholder of a company die without leaving a will, the risk of uncertainty regarding the operation of the company is much greater because:
ASIC's information sheet: Importance of sole company directors/shareholders having a will outlines some of these issues.
You can read earlier ClearLaw articles on a range of company related topics.
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His advice covers both direct and indirect tax considerations.
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