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By Adam Raleigh
The new tax is intended to encourage foreign owners to increase the number of residential dwellings available for rent.
By Adam Raleigh
The government has recently released consultation legislation regarding new GST obligations for property transactions.
By Robert Lyons
The article is a brief summary of the Queensland political parties' policy positions on the liquor/hospitality industry.
By Lachlan Amerena
This case highlighted perils such as elder abuse, which could arise with informal transactions between family members.
By Jamie Robinson
Businesses using labour hire workers must adapt their contracts and protocols to use only licensed labour hire providers.
By Robert Lyons
Fortunately, in contrast to Victoria, developers in Queensland could apply to the courts for a statutory right of user.
By Robert Lyons
Caution should still be adopted in applying this decision to the operation of the current Property Occupations Act 2014.
By Robert Lyons
New provisions of the Liquor Act require many licensees to scan the IDs of patrons who enter the Premises after 10pm.
By Jamie Robinson
This is a checklist of changes to important employment-related monetary thresholds, which are indexed annually on 1 July.
By Angela O''Neill
These changes will give greater certainty to the treatment of de facto relationships in the wills and estates context.
By Brent Turnbull
Individuals making statutory declarations should always ensure that the contents are true and correct and not misleading.
By Tracy Carr
This measure will impact developers of residential properties where the sale of the stock gives rise to a taxable supply.
By Jamie Robinson
The Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission handed down its Annual Wage Review Decision and awarded a 3.3% increase.
By Robert Lyons
Other than making themselves aware of the new threshold and rate, there should be no change to the existing practice.
By Brent Turnbull
This recent decision confirms the difficulties which a party will face when seeking to restrain a call upon a security.
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