The Benefits Of Legal Advice When Purchasing A Property

Date: November 5, 2014
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Buying a house can be an incredibly exciting time, whether its your first home or an investment property. However, when buying a house there are many legal matters you need… Read More »

Corporations Law – Insider Trading – Inside Information – Division 3 Financial Products – Defences – Wrong Information – Consequences -PART 1

Date: April 14, 2014
Author: Nicola Bowen

Insider Trading Insider trading can be described simply as the buying or selling of a security by someone who has access to material about the security which is not public… Read More »

Tax Law – ATO Audits – Audit V Review – Forms Of Audit – Notifications of Audit – No Notification Audit – Inside On Audit

Date: April 8, 2014
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The ATO, in recent months, has been aggressively pursuing audits of taxpayers, particularly small businesses. This article sets out what a taxpayer may expect when confronted with ATO audit. Audit… Read More »

Tax Law – ATO’s Access Powers – Unannounced Visits

Date: April 8, 2014
Author: Jonathan Lim

The present era of ATO crackdowns includes usage of two of the ATO’s most remarkable powers: the access provisions in sections 263 and 264 of the Tax Act. This article… Read More »

Tax Law – ATO – Family Law Settlements – Private Companies – Prior Position – New Position – ATO Doubts – Consequences Part 2

Date: April 5, 2014
Author: Michael Tourkakes

New Position Governing Private Companies Under the ruling, this reasoning has been completely reversed. Section 109J can no longer apply, as demonstrated in these three scenarios: · Orders are made… Read More »

Litigation – Supreme Court Equity Division – Costs Of Litigation – Discovery – Consensual Regime – Disclosure Confined To Real Issues Part 1

Date: April 1, 2014
Author: Sigrid Neumueller

The Objective and Rules of Practice Note SC Eq 11 Objective The objective is to reduce the costs of litigation. Discovery The Court is attempting to deal with the burgeoning… Read More »

Litigation – Supreme Court Equity Division – Costs Of Litigation – Discovery – Consensual Regime – Disclosure Confined To Real Issues Part 2

Date: April 1, 2014
Author: Sigrid Neumueller

The Rules The practice note can be summarised into three basic rules: No order for disclosure before service of evidence by the parties If evidence has been served to a… Read More »

Litigation – Supreme Court Equity Division – Costs Of Litigation – Discovery – Consensual Regime – Disclosure Confined To Real Issues Part 3

Date: April 1, 2014
Author: Sigrid Neumueller

Further Definitional Restrictions In Danihel v Manning [2012] NSWSC 556 at [16], Bergin CJ in Eq put it this way: “In applications under Practice Note SC Eq 11 to show… Read More »

Litigation – Supreme Court Equity Division – Costs Of Litigation – Discovery – Consensual Regime – Disclosure Confined To Real Issues Part 4

Date: April 1, 2014
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3.       No order for disclosure unless it is necessary for the resolution of the real issues in dispute in the proceedings Note that the general practice rule contained in r21.2(4)… Read More »

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