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NSW Commercial Law on Selling Books Published Outside of Australia?

Discussion in 'Commercial Law Forum' started by TKS, 1 September 2016.

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  1. TKS

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    1 September 2016
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    My father is in the process of publishing a book on Geology of Pakistan in Pakistan and already have a pre-order from Australia and, as I am currently living in Sydney, he wants to mail maximum of 20 copies which I can directly deliver from here, if ordered by somebody in Australia.

    I need to know the following under commercial law:

    1. Can we sell limited number of books that are published out of Australia?

    2. Do I need to pay any tax when copies are delivered to me in Sydney?

    3. What are the other relevant taxes that I need to pay or charge to customers?

    The above list of questions is not exhaustive but gives you the idea of my concern. I would appreciate if I am answered looking at the bigger picture which covers all the relevant taxes and links to have better understanding of the tax clauses


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