Wai Pin Law
Wai Pin’s Specialties
Wai Pin joined Cartland Law as a law clerk in September 2022. He is currently assisting Joseph and Llewellyn with preparing legal documents and conducting research in relation to trust and taxation law.
Before joining Cartland Law, Wai Pin worked as a law clerk then law graduate in a small sized law firm in Adelaide for 9 months. Wai Pin finished his Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice with University of Adelaide in February 2022 and admitted to the Supreme Court of South Australia in March 2022.
Wai Pin Law’s Articles
REVIEWS AND OBJECTIONS Types of Reviews Available There are various review processes available should you be unsatisfied with the decision Informal Review You may lodge a formal complaint with the ATO: To do this you will need to access the ‘complaints form’ on the...
Garnishee Notices A garnishee notice is a document sent by the ATO to a third party that owes or holds money to or for tax debtor which demands payment for unpaid tax debt where initial attempts have failed; What are they? issuing of a garnishee notice a garnishee...
ESTIMATE NOTICES Background: An Estimate is a formal notice that the ATO can issue under section 268-15 of Schedule 1 of the Taxation Administration Act 1953 (‘The Act’): The ATO can issue an Estimate Notice if it believes that a business has overdue: PAYG withholding...
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