Your shopping cart is empty

Statute barred loans and taxation


Statutes of limitations exist in every jurisdiction in Australia limiting the recovery of debts after a certain period of time. This article considers the tax consequences once this period of time has passed.

Author profiles

Dr Keith Kendall CTA
Keith is a Tax Partner at Rigby Cooke Lawyers in Melbourne. Previously, he was a Barrister at the Victorian Bar for almost six years, specialising in all aspects of taxation law at both a Commonwealth and state level, providing opinions as well as handling all aspects of the tax litigation process, including objections and ruling applications. Prior to coming to the Bar in 2011, he worked in the Tax Services division of Deloitte in Melbourne for over 10 years. Until 2016, Keith was the coordinator of Tax Law programs at the School of Law at La Trobe University, where he was a Senior Lecturer. Updated by Kathy Xu for the New Member / Grandaunts Cocktail network events on 31 May 2018 - Current at 01 August 2018
Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Keith KENDALL.
Alexis Kokkinos ATI
Photo of author, Alexis KOKKINOS Alexis Kokkinos, ATI, is a Partner of the Tax Consulting group of Pitcher Partners and has over 19 years experience in advising corporate clients. Alexis was a member of the Board of Taxation review on the tax consolidation measures and was also a member of the Treasury review of MEC groups. - Current at 16 December 2020
Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Alexis KOKKINOS.


Copyright Statement
click to expand/collapse