Miscellaneous 1996

Cross examination: Debt defeasance: the ICI Australia Case ; Burrill's case at face value ; Fallout from energy case

Source: Taxation In Australia Journal Article

Published Date: 1 Sep 1996

The first article explains the facts and discusses the decision on the ICI Australia case, which could mean that the ATO may have to amend tax ruling IT2495. The second, although financial transactions are all about the time value of money, the courts continue to adhere to a face value approach. The most recent example4 is the Full Bench Court decision in Burrill v FCT. And the third, examines the High Court's recent decision on the Commissioner's appeal in FCT v Energy Resources of Australia Ltd generally is favourable to taxpayers, it raises issues that may now need to be addressed.
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Richard J Vann CTA

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Robert Allerdice

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Miscellaneous 1996

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