When there’s a knock on the door - unannounced visits from the ATO or ASIC

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$199.00

CPD Points 2

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  • C4: Substantive Law (2)

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When there’s a knock on the door - unannounced visits from the ATO or ASIC

The Law Society of Western Australia is the professional association for Western Australian barristers and solicitors

 

Course Summary

Learn how a lawyer should respond if the ATO or other Commonwealth authority comes knocking in search of client information on your premises.

Course Details

The Australian Tax Office and ASIC have wide information gathering powers, including the power to search a law office as part of its investigations. Do you know what to do when the ATO seeks to exercise its powers?

Learn how a lawyer should respond if the ATO or other Commonwealth authority or regulator (such as the AFP, or ASIC) comes knocking in search of client information at your premises.

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