BARRISTERS BLOG : Tax Law

Welcome to our Legal Blog Tax Law with posts from expert barristers covering a vast range of jurisdictions, issues and updates in the law.

Julianne Jaques Appointed to the Board of Taxation

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The Revolt of the Quiet Australians – Losers in the COVID Assistance Battle

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Legal Professional Privilege - The Latest from the High Court of Australia

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Doyle's Leading Tax Barristers - Victoria, 2018

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“Opinion shopping” taxpayers, “sugar hit”​ ​practitioners and “high integrity” practitioners.

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"The pot, the kettle and “high integrity” practitioners"

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The real difficulty for advisers dealing with main residence redevelopments

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Leading Tax Barristers

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When will a delay in commencing proceedings constitute an abuse of process? - Murphy v Connellan [2017] VSCA 116

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Retail Leases Act 2003 (Vic) likely to apply where tenant provides a service

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Can a lender enforce its security if it breaches the Code of Banking Practice? - Part one

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Practice note - Part 2- Appeal – is an Airbnb guest a sub-tenant?

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Validity of proxies

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Landlord cannot recover essential safety measure costs or the costs of complying with s.52 of Retail Leases Act 2003 (Vic)

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Superannuation: exercise of the Commissioner’s discretion to disregard or re-allocate excess contributions

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AAT again doubts taxpayers’ rights to object against ECT determinations

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The new enduring power of attorney - commencement day is closer than you think!

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Izzy, the Staffordshire terrier, spared after High Court ruling

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Interlocutory injunctions in IP disputes

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Lessor’s purpose for demolishing leased building is irrelevant

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Solak not followed in Victorian fraud case

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Powers of Attorney Act 2014

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Can I obtain leave to defend an application for summary judgment for possession (part 2)?

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Paying for Discovery? Disclosing Privileged Documents? The new Discovery Act

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Appeals from the Magistrates’ Court and the VCAT to the Supreme Court on a Question of Law

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VCAT confirms its role is not to find a more suitable site.

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Settlement agreements must be genuine compromises

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Practitioners’ Obligation to Keep Costs Reasonable and Proportionate – Court of Appeal Update

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Court advises trustee of REST that it may amend its trust deed to allow remuneration of directors

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