Tariff Classification of Multi-Function Goods: Lessons From the AAT

As products evolve, tariff classification becomes increasingly challenging.  This is primarily due to modern products being designed to be multi-functional. Recently, a decision by the Australian Administrative Appeals Tribuna...

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New Work Health and Safety (Mines) Regulations for South Australia

The harmonisation of work health and safety legislation in Australia continues with the commencement of the Work Health and Safety (Mines) Regulations ("the Mines' Regulations") in South Australia on 1 January 2014. The Mines' ...

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NSW Government is Quick to React to Tribunal’s Decision

The NSW Government hasn't wasted any time reacting to a recent decision made by the NSW Administrative Decisions Tribunal on 3 May that caused the Shoalhaven City Council to switch off its CCTV surveillance cameras in the Nowra CB...

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AAT Decision a Caution for those Holding Licences from Customs

The very recent decision of the Administration Appeals Tribunal ("AAT") in B R Williams Customs and Freight Forwarding Pty Ltd v the CEO of Customs represents a rare example of consideration of the rights of the Australian Custom...

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