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Why is the Marketing Service Fee considered a “property”?

Why is the Marketing Service Fee considered a “property”?

Paying a marketing service fee by a Thai subsidiary of its parent company outside of Thailand may be problematic. Especially after the Philips case in 1997. The Thai Revenue Department (“TRD”) at that time decided that the fee paid by Philips’ subsidiary in Thailand to the related party in the Netherlands was “property” rather than …

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Why is the Marketing Service Fee considered a “property”?

McKee v Tough – Trailers, Speed ​​and Social Media

Sheriff Dixon’s Final Decision in the McKee v Tough Case and Other [2021] SC EDIN 65 is interesting not only for the detailed analysis of the evidence but also for the findings regarding contributory negligence and also the reference to the stalker’s social media posts. Heading east from a country road, a Toyota pickup truck …

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