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Offers to Resolve Proceedings Made During the Course of Litigation

Offers Litigation is both stressful and expensive. It is for this reason that it is often recommended that parties engaged in litigation should make offers early and often. Offers have a dual purpose.  The first purpose is to attempt to resolve the matter in a cost effective and rapid manner. The second purpose however is […]

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Deadline for changes to foreign person surcharge duty rapidly approaching

On 24 June 2020, the State Revenue Legislation Further Amendment Act 2020 came into effect, which made amendments to the Duties Act 1997, the Land Tax Act 1956, and the Land Tax Management Act 1956. The amendments are meant to address what is perceived to be a loophole that has been long exploited by foreign

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Asset Preservation Orders (Freezing Orders)

An Asset Preservation Order (also known as Freezing Orders) is an interlocutory order (a temporary or provisional order, given during the course of the legal proceedings) made by the Court to preserve the assets of a person. The orders are intended to prevent that person from doing things like hiding those assets, spending them, distributing

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