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Withholding tax to recoup CGT
Withholding tax to recoup CGT

 Russell Cocks 01 Jun 2016

All sales of real estate over $2 million made after 1 July 2016 will be presumed to be made by a foreign resident and therefore be liable to a 10 per cent withholding payment unless the vendor obtains a clearance certificate...

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Fast money at a cost
Fast money at a cost

 Vittorio Casamento 01 Jun 2016

Lawyers can help clients who find themselves with a payday loan that has breached financial regulations. Payday loans derive their name from the fact that the loan and interest payments are made via direct debit from...

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Harnessing student power
Harnessing student power

 Brendan Lacota 01 Jun 2016

Community lawyers and not-for-profit organisations (NFPs) are constantly stretched to meet expanding demand for services. With increasing budget pressure...

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Our changing relationship  with software
Our changing relationship with software

 Paul Gray 01 Jun 2016

All those promises of data security offered by software vendors might not be as ironclad as they appear. Public sensitivity about privacy and the protection of personal data is at an all-time high...

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A way with words
A way with words

 Fabian Horton 01 Jun 2016

Lawyers can benefit from the power of simple, precise and concise phrases. Words are powerful. Words represent our thoughts which lead to actions. Words form the foundation of our decisions...

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When is a bill not a bill?
When is a bill not a bill?

 Liz Harris 01 Jun 2016

The Court of Appeal decision of Batrouney v Forster [2016] VSCA 80 (27 April 2016) is significant for practitioners in a number of respects, but this column looks at the obligation to render bills calculated in accordance...

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Improving the bench mark
Improving the bench mark

 Barton Wu 01 Jun 2016

While Australians take pride in our flourishing multicultural society, our legal institutions and the legal profession have been relatively slow to respond. Law is the backbone of a functioning society and the...

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New protocols for transport accident claims to come into effect from 1 July 2016
New protocols for transport accident claims to come into effect from 1 July 2016

 Kerry O'Shea 05 Apr 2016

New protocols designed to improve the compensation process and minimise disputes and litigation in transport accident claims will come into effect...

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