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Register, update, manage, or search for an incorporated association, fundraiser, or patriotic fund. Forms and publications, legislation, languages, scams, Koori, and disability resources, advice in a disaster. However, you must also comply with many other laws, which cover: You must also be aware of laws which apply to all businesses.
These include the Australian Consumer Law and those about business registration, tax and workplace agreements. Consumer Affairs Victoria , Victoria Police and local councils enforce the licensing, criminal and planning requirements of the Act, respectively.
The Australian Federal Police AFP and Victoria Police are responsible for enforcing the criminal law, including issues related to the sex industry such as sexual slavery and sexual assault. Consumer Affairs Victoria works closely with the AFP and the Department of Immigration and Citizenship to investigate potential human trafficking in the sex industry.
Victoria Police investigates other offences, including aggravated deceptive recruiting for sex work, and illegal brothels. Other agencies that regulate laws relating to sex work include: You must protect sex workers from discrimination or harassment, such as bullying and violence, by clients. Licensees who employ staff must pay income tax and GST. Department of Immigration and Border Protection - inspects brothels to ensure those businesses and their employees comply with visa requirements.