What you need to know about ‘stark price’ cases

In the wake of the global financial crisis, there has been a marked increase in the number of “stark” price cases brought by Australian property investors.

The rise in cases is partly because of the impact of the country’s tax reforms.

Under the new laws, a $10 million (US$9.8 million) property will be taxed at 35 per cent of the value, rather than the previous rate of 35 per 100,000.

There are also significant changes to the way Australian investors can be held liable for debts, with the government giving investors greater rights to be able to take on the debt and discharge it.

But while there is a marked jump in the cost of these cases, the vast majority of these are relatively straightforward.

In addition to a large amount of debt being discharged through the debtor, the majority of the cases involve a person or business claiming they have been misled by a property’s real estate agent.

The difference is that the debt usually lies outside the scope of the creditor’s liability.

If the debt can be settled in writing, the creditor can avoid paying interest.

However, the debt is usually settled in a settlement agreement with the property’s owner.

Once settled, the property owner is usually liable for a further payment to the debtor for the property.

The difference between a property and a debt is that a debt has a legal force, while a property has a real-world effect.

What is a “property”?

A property is the physical structure that makes up a property.

It is not a contract, but rather a contractual relationship.

Property is an important element in many types of real estate transactions.

It is typically sold in a fixed price.

Its value varies from owner to owner and depends on the size and location of the property, which is typically based on the location of a building.

A “property” can be an apartment, a business, a house, or a parking space.

Examples of real property include:A homeA house or house-like buildingA shop, cafe, restaurant or hotelA sports groundA business or enterpriseBusinesses can often be identified by their distinctive “brand”.

The value of the business is the primary determinant of the “brand” a business has.

For example, the value of a sports ground can be determined by the location and size of the stadium, which can be set by the owner of the venue.

A buildingA building is often referred to as a “building”.

It usually houses a building or a complex of buildings.

The building’s name is often written on it, and is typically written in the form of letters, numbers and/or letters.

The value of any real estate, such as a house or business, is usually determined by its location, and can vary depending on the type of property involved.

For instance, a property with a street address can be valued by the value it houses.

A building can be located near a street, a building can have a high number of rooms, or it may have many rooms.

The term “property value” is used to describe the value an individual property has in relation to other similar properties.

In most cases, property values are determined by a number of factors, including the land value, building size, the availability of public transport, and the location.

These factors are generally determined by factors such as land area, street area, size of buildings and number of dwellings.

For example:Land value: This is the amount of land a property is on.

This is often expressed as a square metre (square metres) or acre.

This value is usually given as a percentage of the land area.

It also includes the amount needed to grow the property and the amount required to pay for the land.

Building size: This usually describes the number and location on the land that is needed to build a building (including land and structures).

For example, a lot of square metres could be divided into two buildings.

In addition to land and buildings, land use and access can also be considered when calculating the land use value of land.

The availability of a number or type of public transportation can also influence the land’s value.

This can be based on whether the public transit is available, and how often it is used.

A business: This can generally be divided up into three areas: supply, sales and profits.

The supply is the portion of a business’s revenue that comes from the sale of goods and services, and/o the use of equipment.

Sales is the profit from the use or sale of a property, and also the profit that can be made from the transaction.

Profit is the percentage of total revenue a business earns.

The profits can vary greatly depending on many factors such an industry, type of business, and geographic location.

In some cases, such businesses may be able access capital through investment in real estate and/an investment in infrastructure.