The closure of Queensland borders has resulted in hundreds of thousands of Queenslanders livelihoods’ being at stake.
Business owners are unable to perform their day-to-day operations and face dire consequences, both now and into the future.
Has your business been affected by Queensland border closures?
You may have a legal claim.
Since 11 April 2020, Queensland residents have been subject to strict border control measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Persons wishing to cross the border are now required to obtain a Queensland Entry Pass.
Impact On Business Owners
There is uncertainty among business owners regarding when Queensland borders will reopen.
The initial Roadmap to Easing Restrictions advised by the Queensland Government stated borders would reopen in July 2020.
Now, the Queensland Government has advised opening the Queensland borders will be assessed on a month-to-month basis.
With no date set to reopen Queensland borders, business owners now must deal with the uncertainty of not knowing when they will be able to resume normal business operations.
How We Can Help
Here at Quinn & Scattini, we are prepared to fight for your right to operate your business during these uncertain times. We believe you may have a legal claim to resume business operations and we are prepared to stand up for you and your business.
Our team of lawyers are experts in their field and go above-and-beyond to deliver the best result, each and every time.
We are proud to provide 5 star customer service to our clients.
As one of our clients said “Invest in the best – Q&S“.
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We are available to meet with you at any of our local offices (Brisbane, Gold Coast, Beenleigh, Cleveland and Jimboomba) or by telephone or video-conference.
This article is for your information and interest only. It is not intended to be comprehensive, and it does not constitute and must not be relied on as legal advice. You must seek specific advice tailored to your circumstances.