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Court fees: a charter for defaulters

13 April 2015By Peter Hatvany

Court fee increases are draconian, unjust and misguided.

Ashamed of government

13 April 2015By Steven Jonas

It is essential to the rule of law in any democracy that lawyers are allowed to challenge the state on behalf of clients.

Taxing dilemma

13 April 2015By Michael Loup

Law Society’s proposed Tax Law Charter will prove a double-edged sword.

Justice efficiency deficiency

13 April 2015By Michael Robinson

A common, agreed definition of ‘efficient’ and a concerted effort by all agencies could lead to true efficiency.

Aiding tax evasion

13 April 2015By AJ Cotton

Avoidance, as we all know, is not a crime. Is it to become one?

Old lawyer

13 April 2015By Trevor Moore

I actually remember most of the articles in Obiter’s Memory Lane.

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