19th February 2018
Each month MSI publishes a selection of articles written by MSI member firms in Australia & New Zealand highlighting important topical issues in the region.
Do executors and trustees need beneficiaries’ consent to sell estate property?
by Ms. Supreena Naidu, AP Legal, Lawyers, Fiji
In Fiji, the general presumption is yes, which is largely true under the Trustee Act. However, under the Succession, Probate and Administration Act (referred to as the SPAA), no consent is required. The instrument of trust, for example, a deed or will, determines which statute is applicable when selling estate property. Read the full article
Business skills migration to Australia
by Dominic Rollerson, McKinley Plowman & Associates, Accountants, Perth
Let’s face it, Australia is a great place to live. This fact does not go un-noticed by many overseas visitors. We are regularly approached by individuals and families who have been, or continue to be involved, in a long established business in an overseas jurisdiction, who are keen to migrate to Australia. Read the full article
Injury, illness or disability affecting you from working?
by Steve Quinn, Johnston Withers, Lawyers, Adelaide
When you’re injured at work and unable to do your usual job for a period, workers compensation will usually cover some or all of your lost income and medical expenses, but what if you suffer an injury or illness which has nothing to do with your work? Read the full article
In Australia and New Zealand, the MSI membership comprises legal and accounting firms located in the key business centres of Adelaide, Auckland, Brisbane, Christchurch, Melbourne, Newcastle, Perth and Sydney and North Sydney.
Should you require assistance in Australia and New Zealand and to find out more about our law and accounting member firms in the region, please visit the MSI Australia & New Zealand regional website.
MSI's Portuguese member Moneris @RPA_Moneris launches new mobile app to help clients plan and manage #tax payments… https://t.co/yIYisFWqPm
Read our article in the IAB on how accountants and lawyers are responding to #Covid19 challenges… https://t.co/I7VskpfDJ5
From complete shut-down to great agility: how family courts across the world have responded to Covid-19 https://t.co/uztZwdyfiO