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Can the Commissioner of Taxation be the great dissenter presenter?


This presentation covers:
the Commissioner's duty of administration
the Commissioner's right of appeal
the authority of single judge decisions
interpretations which push the envelope
past practice is not binding.

Author profile:

Neil Young QC
Neil has an extensive practice in commercial law, corporations law, trade practices, appeal cases and taxation. He practises in the High Court, the Victorian Supreme Court, the Federal Court and various other jurisdictions including New South Wales, Queensland, Tasmania, South Australia and Western Australia. Mr Young was Chairman of the Victorian Bar in 1997 and 1998 and President of the Australian Bar Association in 1999. In 2005, Mr Young was appointed as a judge of the Federal Court of Australia, resigning in January 2007 to return to private practice. Current at 09 July 2010

This was presented at 49th Victorian State Convention.

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Individual sessions

TOFA - Much Ado?

Author(s):  Mark POOLE

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Corporate tax governance and risk

Author(s):  Cheryl-Lea FIELD

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Trust deed issues in a post-Bamford world

Author(s):  Graeme HALPERIN

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Debt which does not generate assessable income

Author(s):  Cameron RIDER

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Post-Bamford trustee resolutions

Author(s):  Nabil (Bill) F. OROW

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The 'new' superannuation environment

Author(s):  Noelle KELLEHER

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