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Lay of the Land Property Tax Update: Till debt do us part
The wife was recently allowed to assign her tax debt of $256,078.32 plus General Interest Charge (GIC) to her husband.
Australia
18 Feb 2019
2
Friend or foe? NCEP: the regulators approach to compliance and enforcement of the HVNL
The NCEP details the NHVR's policy and approach to compliance and enforcement of the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL).
Australia
18 Feb 2019
3
Residential Focus: Recent media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to residential property in NSW
This newsletter includes documents in the categories - In the media; In practice and courts; Cases and Legislation.
Australia
18 Feb 2019
4
The Shergold and Weir Building Confidence Report: serious reform needed for building certification, compliance and enforcement systems in Australia
The article explains the Building Confidence Report, as well as likely regulatory changes to result from the Report.
Australia
18 Feb 2019
5
Case note: Is marketing the consolidating of multiple superannuation funds personal advice?
The consultant reiterated that they could only provide general advice and recommended an adviser for personal advice.
Australia
18 Feb 2019
6
Why is financial product design so important?
Disclosure documents are inadequate to protect persons against products which do not provide value to the customer.
Australia
18 Feb 2019
7
Building Reform: Times they are a changin
This four-part building reform update will include significant changes already legislated and some proposed new reforms.
Australia
18 Feb 2019
8
Banking Royal Commission – managed investment funds under the spotlight
Anyone who is in the business of managing other people's money needs to pay attention to what the Royal Commission said.
Australia
18 Feb 2019
9
The politics of procurement – major parties release procurement plans
The federal election will take place this year and the two major parties have now declared their position on procurement.
Australia
18 Feb 2019
10
Delays to implementation of Australian open banking regime
The open banking regime, to commence in July 2019, promoting transparency and data sharing for consumers, is delayed.
Australia
18 Feb 2019
11
Proposed reforms to the ASX Listing Rules
These proposed reforms aim to simplify, clarify, and enhance the integrity and efficiency of the ASX Listing Rules.
Australia
18 Feb 2019
12
Working holiday maker visas and employer obligations
Employers should consider working holiday visa requirements before filling a short-term labour need with these workers.
Australia
18 Feb 2019
13
Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) response to Financial Services Royal Commission
APRA has announced its plans in relation to specific recommendations in the Banking Royal Commission's Final Report.
Australia
18 Feb 2019
14
Federal Court refuses to order that native title does not exist over pastoral holding
This recent decision of the Federal Court questioned the use of non-claimant applications to secure tenure over land.
Australia
18 Feb 2019
15
NSW Land and Environment Court refuses development approval for Rocky Hill Coal Mine Project on climate change grounds
This decision to refuse approval could affect the viability of other fossil fuel-dependent industries in Australia.
Australia
16 Feb 2019
16
The Therapeutic Goods Act: Assuming it does not apply to you may be bad for your health
Products which are also regulated include certain sunscreens, acne treatments, soaps, anti-perspirants and hair products.
Australia
15 Feb 2019
17
Avoiding landmines: Estate planning and CGT event K3
This article highlights a few of the ways in which CGT event K3 can impact your estate and why it should be considered.
Australia
15 Feb 2019
18
The Royal Commission and the distinction between wholesale and retail clients in the financial services industry - A missed opportunity?
The issue was not raised in the public hearings and was not mentioned in either the Interim Report or the Final Report.
Australia
15 Feb 2019
19
Employee who failed to disclose criminal history unfairly dismissed
Employers should carefully consider if an employee's criminal history is relevant to inherent requirements of the role.
Australia
15 Feb 2019
20
When a demotion constitutes dismissal
The FWC found that the demotion of the employee amounted to a dismissal for the purposes of the Fair Work Act 2009.
Australia
15 Feb 2019
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