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Innocent Mistake or Purposefully Untrue? Visa Applications and PIC 4020
20th December, 2016
Catherine Bloor, a member of our Migration team, discusses the PIC 4020 Criteria and the potential consequences of providing incorrect information in visa applications. Many visa applications...Read more...
Retail Shops Leases - Compensation for Lessees
5th December, 2016
Harry Jordaan, a senior member of our litigation team, discusses a recent case about compensation for a lessee under the Retail Shop Leases Act 1994 (Qld) (‘the Act’). If you are...Read more...
What are grandparents' rights in family disputes?
25th November, 2016
Jim Alley, a consultant in our Family Law team, examines the rights of grandparents in relation to parenting orders under the Family Law Act. The law in Australia does not give grandparents a ...Read more...
New tax rules for property sales over $2 million
25th November, 2016
Tony Kim, a solicitor in our Property team, discusses recent tax changes to real property transactions and their implications for both vendors and purchasers. Effective from the 1st of July 2016, ...Read more...
Are Husband and Wife Partnerships Doomed?
27th October, 2016
Rodney Sahay, a partner of our firm, discusses a case currently before the Courts. The Federal Court is currently considering a very important question for husband and wife business...Read more...
Good News for Backpackers - Working Holiday Makers
26th October, 2016
Naga Putchala, a member of our Migration team, discusses recent client queries regarding the Working Holiday Maker Visa program. The Working Holiday Maker program allows visitors between the...Read more...
Eligible Passport Holders for Visa 417
26th October, 2016
If you hold a valid passport of any of the following countries, you are eligible to apply for Working Holiday Maker Visa (subclass 417). Belgium Canada Republic of...Read more...
Upcoming Changes effective 1 January 2017
26th October, 2016
  Tax, Superannuation and Visa fee The Turnbull Government is reducing the tax rate for all Working Holiday Makers from current 32.5% to 19% for earnings up to $37,000, provided your...Read more...
Partnerships v Joint Ventures
24th October, 2016
Scott Vanderwolf, a solicitor in our Commercial team, discusses a recent enquiry from a client regarding their business structure, and explores the advantages and disadvantages of common...Read more...
Mortgage Brokers and Best Interests
20th October, 2016
Teresa Tran, a member of our conveyancing team, discusses the obligations of mortgage brokers. So you have decided that it is time to purchase a property. It may be your first home or an...Read more...

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