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By Brendan Maier, Douglas Prime
Developers need to be aware of changes to notification requirements for off-the-plan contracts.
By Toby Blyth, Hamish Ratten
Will changes recommended in the report by the Productivity Commission into the superannuation industry now be implemented?
By Hamish Ratten, Toby Blyth, Natasha Messing
FFSPs, foreign operators and investors, Australian operators and investors should consider the impact of ASIC's CP301.
By Rebecca Castley, Rachel Ponting
These property contract cases, including an outstanding work order and illegal building works, provide valuable lessons.
By Toby Blyth, Carlos Gouveia
The Commissioner is bound by a court's finding of legal fact, but not to taxation consequences that flow from that fact.
By Duane Keighran, Toby Blyth
Article outlines confirmed GST obligations for hotel industry and tour operators.
By Michelle Taylor
Unyielding approach in assessing casualty proves risky for insurers. .
By Greg McCann, Kate Sullivan
Article discusses new plan, what it intends to achieve including its targets and whether it will improve safety.
By Charles Brannen
Proposed reforms are intended to improve the legislation and further facilitate cash flow in the construction industry.
By Paul O'Halloran
The scheme will regulate how employers in the industry identify, investigate and respond to child safety allegations.
By Andrew Komesaroff
This scheme has been established to provide compensation to survivors of past institutional child sexual abuse.
By Toby Blyth
Potential new laws aim to prevent the exploitation of differences between tax treatment of entities etc across countries.
By Todd Neal, Katherine Edwards, Sejuti Kundu
NSW Land and Environment Court's decision may have significant impacts on other greenfield developments in NSW.
By Carlos Gouveia
PCG 2018/D3 outlines a three-step process for determining the location of a company's central management and control.
By Carlos Gouveia
Arrangements exhibiting high-risk factors are addressed in these ATO Interim guidelines, but clarity is still needed.
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