‘I will not be a golf course’: ‘I won’t be a tax preparer’
A man who will not attend tax preparation classes or spend hours with a tax preparation software company because he has already paid a fine for his failure to comply with the law has lost his case in a Queensland Supreme Court.
The man, whose name was not released by the court, told the ABC he had paid a $5,000 fine for not paying his tax in 2017, after being caught by Customs officers trying to enter the country with a non-resident visa.
The judge in the case had earlier ruled that the man had breached the laws of the Commonwealth.
A federal court judge earlier this year found the man was not a “permanent resident”, and his case was dismissed.
Federal judge rules man not a permanent resident ‘is a foreign national’ ‘is not a member of the Australian Government’ ‘has no right to live here’ Mr Turnbull told the Nine Network on Wednesday he was “extremely disappointed” by the decision.
“This is an absolute travesty,” he said.
“There was no basis to the prosecution’s case and I am very disappointed by it.” “
Federal Judge finds man not permanent resident, ‘is foreign national’, ‘hasno right to reside here’ Federal Court Judge Brett Bresnan, who has ruled the man not be considered a permanent citizen in his home country, has ruled he is not considered a resident in the country. “
There was no basis to the prosecution’s case and I am very disappointed by it.”
Federal Judge finds man not permanent resident, ‘is foreign national’, ‘hasno right to reside here’ Federal Court Judge Brett Bresnan, who has ruled the man not be considered a permanent citizen in his home country, has ruled he is not considered a resident in the country.
He ruled the case was “unlawful”.
The man’s lawyers were not in court, but have said the case has been adjourned until January 15.
“If you have been charged with a crime, it is not the place of the court to impose a sentence,” his lawyer Peter Loughlin said.
Mr Loughlins told the Australian Capital Territory Times the man’s case had been adjournED until January, and the man would not be able to attend his case until then.
“It will be interesting to see what happens with that, as it’s a very difficult case,” Mr Laughlin said.
Federal court hears man is a foreign citizen ‘is no longer a resident’ ‘was not a person of the community’ ‘wants to leave’ Mr Laffer said the man did not want to go to court.
He had been charged under the Immigration Act with being a “foreign national” and “was not of the Community”.
He was not given a reason for the delay.
Mr Turnbull said the Government would take a “very strong stance” against “this kind of behaviour”.
“We will not tolerate any of this behaviour,” he told ABC Radio National.
“We have no tolerance for any kind of this.”
He also defended the government’s immigration policy.
“Our laws are not just about the people who come to this country, but we have a duty to make sure that our borders are secure, we have an obligation to protect the border, we are doing everything we can to try and keep Australians safe,” Mr Turnbull added.
“These are very difficult circumstances and I think the Government is taking a very strong stance in this matter.”