Broadley Rees Hogan Represented in Osaka at Accounting & Law Firm Alliance’s Asia Pacific Regional Conference

Broadley Rees Hogan was represented from 24-26 May in Osaka, Japan at the Asia Pacific Regional Conference of Alliott Group, the international alliance of professional [...]

Changes to Important Employment-Related Financial Thresholds 2018

A number of employment-related monetary thresholds are indexed annually on 1 July. Detailed below is a checklist of the key changes effective 1 July 2018. Federal Minimum [...]

E-alert: Queensland Government to increase land tax rates from 1 July 2018

From 1 July 2018, the Queensland Government will increase rates of land tax by 0.5% for landowners who have aggregated taxable landholdings above $10 million. [...]

E-alert: New GST Withholding Obligations for Residential Property Transactions to Apply from 1 July 2018

A very important reminder that, after 1 July 2018, the parties to residential property contracts entered into after this date must comply with new significant [...]

E-alert: Tracing Stolen Monies – Causation or Attribution?

The recent decision of the Supreme Court of Queensland in Goomboorian Transport Pty Ltd & Ors v Hanson & Ors [2018] QSC 135 resolves complex [...]

E-alert: Delay to new security of payment regime in Queensland

The Queensland Government has announced that the new security for payment regime under the Building Industry Fairness (Security of Payment) Act 2017 (Qld) (BIFA), will [...]

Seminar and Workshop Series: Queensland’s new security of payment regime for the construction industry

From 1 July 2018, the new Building Industry Fairness (Security of Payment) Act 2017 (BIFA) will replace the adjudication process under the Building and Construction Industry Payments Act [...]

E Alert: Labour Hire Licensing Act 2017 now in effect in Queensland

Legislation now effective As indicated in our e-Alert in September 2017, at that time Queensland had become the first State to establish a licensing scheme [...]

E-alert: Buyers Beware – High Court confirms that buyers inherit the sins of previous owners who have not complied with development approvals

On 14 March 2018, the High Court of Australia handed down its decision in Pike v Tighe [2018] HCA 9 which is of interest to [...]