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By Russell Wiese
Exporters need to be speaking to their trade advisors to find out the new reduced duty rates for individual products.
By Russell Wiese
Article discusses the rise in infrastructure charges Imposed by stevedores on collection or delivery of containers.
By Nick Miller, Andrew Laing
Increases in potential financial penalties are intended to curb complacent attitude toward non-compliance with the ACL.
By Richard Williams
Developments in banking and finance including the new AFCA, reverse mortgages, life insurance, responsible lending etc.
By Richard Williams
This update looks at the current state of play and details the mechanism to make the transition to AFCA.
By Ian Miller
The Bill introduced GST changes which affect both vendors and purchasers when buying or selling residential real estate.
By Richard Williams
Discussion of proposed amendments to Corporations Act which give ASIC product intervention power.
By Charles Bavin, Matt Gauci
The Court will only grant an adjournment if it is satisfied that it is in the interests of the company's creditors.
By Danny Khoshaba, Jurgita Visockaite
In recent case involving a claim for work injury damages, the court looked at many different factors in reaching its decision.
By Russell Wiese, Lynne Grant
The ABF has made it clear that the focus will be trade that does not involve a Trusted Trader (Australia's AEO program).
By Russell Wiese, Lynne Grant
Many contracts with Chinese suppliers have been drafted in a manner whereby a Chinese Court will not enforce them.
By Nick Miller
If merging with another business, there is a lot to consider and you need to plan very carefully to avoid the risks.
By Bill Hazlett
A VRL tax applies to residential property in specified areas of Melbourne, pursuant to changes to the Land Tax Act 2005.
By Russell Wiese, Lynne Grant
The TPP still represents significant opportunities for exporters to Australia, and importers of Australian goods.
By Russell Wiese, Lynne Grant
The risks around customs fraud can extend to purchasers who were not the importer of record or involved in the fraud.
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