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Buddle Findlay | New Zealand, Australia, United Kingdom, etc. | 13 Dec 2018

Legal update on Insolvency law - December 2018

The High Court considered for the first time an application by Reserve Bank of New Zealand (the

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Buddle Findlay | New Zealand, United Kingdom | 22 May 2013

A better way of resolving tax disputes?

Resolving tax disputes is an expensive and time consuming process for businesses. In New Zealand, tax disputes are currently settled exclusively by

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Buddle Findlay | United Kingdom | 17 Dec 2010

De facto director liability in England

In Holland v The Commissioners for Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs, the Supreme Court ruled that a director of a company can be considered answerable to actions of the directing company's composites if the person takes all important decisions and therefore should be considered the de facto director of that company.

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