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Atypical Integrated Property Development Intensive

Published on 04 Apr 2008 | Took place at Holiday Inn, Surfers Paradise, QLD

This seminar presented a case study that was used across all sessions. Drawing on speakers from both the tax and legal professions, an atypical integrated development was discussed from an income tax, indirect taxes (including GST) and legal perspective. Presentations were based on real life examples and the presenters walked through the practicalities of dealing with the development, including the impact that taxes and legal structuring would have on the feasibilities prepared, development structures chosen and economic return generated.

This seminar was aimed at practitioners who give advice to property clients, and clients that are involved in some step of the development supply chain. Delegates gained a practical guide to the income tax, GST, stamp duty and legal issues associated with an atypical property integrated development.

Individual sessions

Case study – Property development lifecycle

Author(s):  Tony WINDLE,  Matthew DERRICK,  Philip MAGOFFIN,  Melanie LEIS

Note: This paper is designed to be used in conjunction with the The atypical (property) development presentation.  

This paper presents a case study that was used across all sessions in the seminar. It does not contain "answers" - see the The atypical (property) development presentation for a discussion of the issues raised. Issues adressed via this case study, that advisors need to be aware of when advising at the various stages of the property development lifecycle, included:

  • income tax
  • goods and services tax
  • stamp duty
  • legal implications.

Materials from this session: