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VIC Australian Law on Free Car Wash as Gifts?

Discussion in 'Other/General Law Forum' started by Rob Z, 31 March 2016.

  1. Rob Z

    Rob Z Member

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    Hello All. In Local Government Law, is a Free Car Wash (one provided free by the dealer when the vehicle is serviced) a ‘gift’? If so, does it make a difference if the vehicle is one used by Council staff on a “full private use” basis, “commuter use” basis, “council owned pool car” basis or the vehicle is a “privately owned” vehicle? (Disregard any Council policy on Gifts). Thanks
     
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    Sophea Well-Known Member

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    There is no law that states that a free car wash is a gift. What are you getting at here? Its a little hard to respond without context.
     
  3. Rob Z

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    Hi Sophia

    Thanks for your reply. The orginal post contained the words "Australian Local Government Law" as this question focuses on council employees receiving gifts. This web site omitted the words local government, therefore the statement makes no sense at all without these key works.
     

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