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McCullough Robertson
Article examines the recommendation of the Transport & Public Works Committee and its potential impact on developers.
Bartier Perry
Key points to consider when approaching modern slavery compliance laws.
Holding Redlich
Links to media releases, in practice and regulations relating to the healthcare industry.
People + Culture Strategies
Vic workplaces must be closed unless the workplace is carrying out permitted activities or all employees are working from home.
Madderns Patent & Trade Mark Attorneys
Can you help the Federal Government solve challenges which relate to agriculture, energy and fishing?
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Three women from Queensland have been charged after allegedly attempting to access superannuation belonging to other people.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Discussion about amendments to the residential tenancy regulations introduced as a result of the pandemic.
People + Culture Strategies
Author opines that the boundaries between a Legal Issue and a Moral one have become awkwardly and terribly conflated.
R&P China Lawyers
This income tax overview shows the deductions and tax-free items, which allow foreign employees to minimize payable IIT.
Spruson & Ferguson
Tencent was successful in showing that the Chinese public associated the disputed term with Tencent.
Spruson & Ferguson
This decision, with hefty damages imposed, is a milestone for China's efforts to deter and combat unfair competition.
R&P China Lawyers
The Chinese government is trying to create a more compliant business environment by a social credit system (SCS).
Spruson & Ferguson
This case was the end of a long, drawn-out dispute from a local competitor, proven to be opportunistic and unmeritorious.
Argus Partners
The Prudential Framework provides for recognising incipient stress in loan accounts and a principle-based resolution framework for addressing such defaults in a normal scenario.
PDS Legal
The Industrial Disputes and Certain Other Laws Ordinance, 2020 has been in the limelight recently due to the significant changes it has implemented in the labour law sphere in Karnataka.
While such companies are required to make this spend, the Finance (No.2) Act 2014 restricted its deduction for tax purpose by amending section 37(1) of the Income-tax Act, 1961 (IT Act).
With globalisation, movement of employees (i.e. expats) from one country to another is common phenomenon.
Section 138 of the Income-tax Act, 1961 empowers revenue authorities to share any information/details available with them concerning taxpayers with other government agencies, as may be notified.
While the taxability of slump sale in the hands of a seller is clearly spelt out by the provisions of section 50B of the Income-tax Act, 1961, the law seems to be ambiguous when it comes to the buyer.
Supreme Court holds Project Office undertaking non-core activities in India does not constitute Permanent Establishment
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