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Frozen: It’s not always Disney paper


This paper covers:

  • challenges all around in tax collection
  • remember the big picture
  • statutory garnishee notices - elements and ATO practice
  • responding to a statutory garnishee notice
  • freezing orders in tax matters
  • responding to a freezing order - taxpayers and third party recipients
  • orders under Proceeds of Crime Act.






Author profile

Kenneth Lord CTA
Ken specialises in Australian taxation law. A renowned expert in his field, he was listed as a leading junior counsel in Doyle’s Guide to tax barristers in NSW in 2017 and listed for his expertise in corporate tax in Who’s Who Legal: Australia 2017. Prior to being called to the Bar, Ken was a Partner at Mallesons Stephen Jacques (now King & Wood Mallesons) in the Tax Group. - Current at 05 June 2019
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This was presented at NSW 12th Annual Tax Forum .

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