Published on 23 Jul 2004
| Took place at City West Function Centre, West Perth
The nature and width of an identified scheme can determine the outcome of Part IVA proceedings. The High Court's just-released decision in FCT V Hart addresses important unresolved questions about how a scheme is properly identified. This seminar will cover the decision and the fundamental effect it will have on the application of Part IVA.
Hart's Case - What kind of hand has the High Court dealt?
Author(s): Fiona J ALPINS, John W DE WIJN The recent High Court decision in FCT v Hart revisits the significance of identifying the scheme in
the application of Part IVA.
This paper was also presented at the Hart's Case seminars held in Melbourne on 8 June 2004, Sydney on 21 June 2004 and Perth on 23 July 2004.