Source: The Tax Specialist Journal Article
Published Date: 1 Apr 1994
Does the decision in the David Jones Case pave the way for an alternative to the private ruling system that could circumvent a tax audit or investigation?
Includes commentary on the following cases: David Jones; Dalco; Jackson; Cywinski; Briggs; Linter Textiles; Pioneer Concrete; Brambles; Saunders.
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