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How Social Media is Affecting Court Proceedings

Date: February 24, 2015
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Social media is starting to dominate our lives, and whether you view this as a positive or negative thing, it is having an effect on many industries. Marketers, for example,… Read More »

How is Bitcoin treated in International Tax Law with respect to the United States and Canada?

Date: February 21, 2015
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Author: Michael Pickering Date: 22 December 2014 International Tax Law – Part 1 1. Bitcoins are a digitally based currency which are increasingly being used to fund internet transactions for… Read More »

Bitcoin and it’s use as a form of Electronic Funds Transfer in Australian Tax Law.

Date: February 20, 2015
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Author: Michael Pickering Date: 23 December 2014 PART 1 – BITCOIN AS A FORM OF ELECTRONIC FUND TRANSFER 1. Bitcoin is a decentralised virtual payment system. It is unlimited by… Read More »

Trust Law – Fiduciary Relationships – Breach of Fiduciary Duty & Express Trusts

Date: February 19, 2015
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Author: Frank Egan Date: 28 January 2015 Trusts Essentially there are two major types of trusts (i) express trusts and (ii) discretionary trusts. Irrespective trusts are relationships recognised at law… Read More »

Tax Law – Commissioner’s power to amend assessments – Section 170 ITAA 1936 (ITAA 36)- Time Limits for and Testing of Fraud and Evasion.

Date: February 18, 2015
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Author: Frank Egan Date: 28 January 2015 Amendments The Commissioner of Taxation has specific power to amend various types of assessments which normally varies from two – four years. Section… Read More »

3 Steps to Securing Your Children’s Future With Your Will

Date: February 17, 2015
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No one likes the idea of having to make a will and death is generally a taboo topic of conversation. But taking a practical step like making a will makes… Read More »

Tax Law – Commissioner’s Power To Amend Assessments – SECTION 170 ITAA 1936 (ITAA 36) Fraud Time Limit & Test for Evasion Periods.

Date: February 16, 2015
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Author: Frank Egan Date: 28 January 2015 Amendments The Commissioner of Taxation has specific power to amend various types of assessments which normally varies from two – four years. Section… Read More »

Trust Law – Fiduciary Relationships, Breach of Fiduciary Duty & Express Trusts

Date: February 15, 2015
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Author: Frank Egan Date: 28 January 2015 Trusts Essentially there are two major types of trusts (i) express trusts and (ii) discretionary trusts. Irrespective trusts are relationships recognised at law… Read More »

The Application of Equitable Principles To Legally Binding Promises

Date: February 14, 2015
Author: Frank Egan

Verbal Promises Despite the absence of a formal written document, a verbal promise in respect of an interest in land may be binding, and can be enforceable, depending on the… Read More »

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