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By: Cath Champion10 November 2020
Over the last couple of years various states have introduced a duty and land tax surcharge on residential property owned by foreign persons. Each State law is differen...
By: Antony Harrison24 March 2020
At Mahoneys, our Commercial Lawyers are seeing a growing number of clients coming to us for help after being told by their bank that they can’t structure their personal...
By: Antony Harrison22 November 2018
Structuring your medical practice to protect the family home Are you a medical practitioner? Trading as a trust may be the best way to minimise your personal exposure in
By: John Forde26 July 2018
A franchise is a business arrangement that allows a person to operate under the name of an already established business. A recent dispute involved an International Restau...
By: Mitchell Downes19 May 2017
Accessorial liability in the civil context goes back (at least) as far as Selbourne LC’s speech in Barnes v Addy (1874) LR 9 Ch App 244: [S]trangers are not to be m...
By: Mitchell Downes7 July 2016
Caught up in the thrill of the new, parties often neglect to consider what will happen if things go sour in business. Disputes can erupt over something as simple as one p...
By: Antony Harrison7 July 2016
With ventures involving more than one person, lawyers, accountants and financial advisors will usually recommend some form of shareholders agreement. Even if you’re goi...
By: Mahoneys8 April 2016
by Marek Reardon – Special Counsel The passage of the Tax Laws Amendment (Small Business Restructure Roll-Over) Act 2016 (Cth) (The Act) which received royal as...
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