Published on 01 Aug 13
This presentation covers:
- the relevant provisions across jurisdictions
- exercising powers locally, interstate and internationally
- cases analysing notices calling for documents or information
- enforcement powers - proceedings to recover assessments
- garnishee notices recent State (Lis-Con) and Federal(Tang v Bassili) cases
- lessons from Federal cases (Tang v Bassili)
- legislation imposing joint and several liability for tax. When does joint liability for tax arise?
- payment and recovery implications from PRT grouping and the treatment of designated group employer
David W Marks QC is a commercial Silk practising principally in Tax. He has a broader practice in commercial litigation, trusts and estates, and administrative law. He contributes to the life of the profession through his committee work for The Tax Institute & other professional bodies. He is a Chartered Tax Advisor and a Registered Trust and Estates Practitioner. He received the Tax Institute’s Meritorious Service Award in 2013.
- Current at
12 June 2017
Natalie is currently the Director of the Complex Investigations Division in the Queensland Office of State Revenue. She has worked in various compliance roles in OSR for 15 years.
- Current at
18 November 2016