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Garnishees and freezing orders paper


Both of these measures can take a taxpayer by surprise (or not if you are expecting it).

This paper covers:

  • the use the ATO can make of garnishees
  • what the courts have said about garnishees recently
  • the use can be made of freezing orders
  • what the courts have said about freezing orders recently
  • practical steps that can be adopted in expectation of, or in response to, them.

Author profiles

Timothy Russell
Tim works at the School of Taxation and Business Law (ATAX), Australian School of Business, University of New South Wales. - Current at 16 May 2011
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Rashelle Seiden CTA
Rashelle is a barrister practising at Ground Floor Wentworth Chambers in Sydney. She maintains a diverse practice including tax appeals, administrative law, recovery proceedings and tax-related criminal proceedings. She is a Deputy President and Divisional Head of the Revenue Division of the NSW Administrative Decisions Tribunal on a part-time basis. She has appeared in a number of high-profile tax cases and has particular hands-on experience in the area of garnishees and forfeiture orders. - Current at 28 April 2015
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This was presented at NSW 6th Annual Tax Forum .

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