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The Commissioner’s powers of general administration – How far can he go presentation?

Published on 12 Mar 09 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • the extent of the power
  • the Financial Management and Accountability Act 1997 and “the good management rule”
  • when the exercise of the power is appropriate and when is it not appropriate
  • Fleet Street Casuals and other relevant cases
  • when may a ruling be ultra vires
  • international comparisons.

Author profile:

Author Photo - Bruce QUIGLEY
Bruce QUIGLEY
Bruce has 35 years experience in the Australian Tax Office and was appointed Second Commissioner (Law) in December 2006. Bruce has overall responsibility for the Tax Office’s interpretation of the tax laws and input to the design and implementation of new laws. During his career in the Tax Office, Bruce has had diverse responsibilities across income tax and indirect taxes. He is considered an international expert in GST and has advised overseas jurisdictions on the implementation of GST regimes. Bruce previously held the position of Deputy Chief Tax Counsel and National Program Manager for the Tax Counsel Network.
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This was presented at 24th National Convention 2009 .

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