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The AAT has upheld the Commissioner's assessment of fringe benefits tax in respect of the supply and use of a motor vehicle, although there was evidence that the car had been used exclusively for business purposes. Log book evidence covering only a short period subsequent to the fringe benefit years in question was not enough to establish a pattern of usage for exclusively business purposes during those years: Re Jetto Industrial Pty Ltd and FCT [2009] AATA 374 (AAT, Professor GD Walker DP, 22 May 2009).

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