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The role of the High Court in interpreting taxation legislation

Published on 10 Sep 98 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

A convention paper discussing the role of the High Court in interpreting taxation legislation.

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Daryl DAWSON

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This was presented at 37th Annual Victorian State Convention - "Changing Tides ".

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Tax reform and GST

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The role of the Court in interpreting taxation legislation

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Trusts: still and appropriate structuring vehicle?

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