Related entity

Under the 2016 Code, an entity is a related entity of a code covered entity if the second entity is engaged in building work and is either:
• connected with the code covered entity by being a member of the entity
• an associated entity (within the meaning of section 50AAA of the Corporations Act 2001) of the code covered entity.
 

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Table of ContentsProviding voluntary paid leave to employees
2 April 2020
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A ‘funding recipient’ refers to any entity to which the Commonwealth provides funding or assistance for building work that’s covered by the Code. Generally, a funding recipient is a state or territory government.
19 August 2018
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Can you engage in conduct that’s prohibited in an enterprise agreement? A code covered entity
19 August 2018
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What am I required to report? If you’re a code covered entity, there are various reporting/notification requirements placed on you by the Code .
19 August 2018
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What is the Security of Payments Working Group? The Security of Payments Working Group was established under the BCIIP Act.  The functions of the Working Group include:
19 August 2018
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All employees and contractors have the right to join or not join a building association, whether a union or employer body. This is called freedom of association. Everyone has the right to freedom of association under the law.
19 August 2018
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Your responsibility to monitor subcontractor compliance
19 August 2018
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Your responsibility to monitor subcontractor compliance
19 August 2018
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Information about the rules for employers who want to hire building workers who are from overseas.
19 August 2018
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Head contractors A head contractor is the entity who manages or controls a building site. Their responsibilities including engaging subcontractors and ensuring that all requirements of the Code are met, when they are contracted to undertake Commonwealth funded building work.
19 August 2018

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