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Published on 19 May 06
by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This presentation covers:
Divisions 40 and 43
capital v income considerations
common duty implications of various property transactions including off the plan, nominee contracts, and leases
structuring joint ventures
options, including put and call and consideration and structuring issues.
Russell Beer has been practising law since 1982 and provides advice to businesses, local authorities, statutory bodies and government owned corporations in the areas of tax, commercial and company law and the revenue consequences of their business transactions. Current at 24 August 2007Current at 29 August 2007
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