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Tax Appeals from the AAT and VCAT

Published on 19 Nov 2013 | Took place at Tax Institute, Melbourne, VIC

    The Administrative Appeals Tribunal and the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal are the front line for reviewing adverse objection decisions of the ATO and SRO, but what happens if a Tribunal decides against you? Appeals from the AAT and VCAT to the Federal and Supreme Courts are extremely limited in nature, so it is important to understand what aspects of a decision can be appealed. This presentation examines tax appeals from Tribunals including:
  • a basic introduction to the appeals process
  • consideration of the nature of an appeal from a Tribunal on questions of law
  • drafting appropriate questions of law in a notice of appeal
  • case studies highlighting problems that can arise with notices of appeal
  • appeals from the exercise of administrative discretions
  • appeal costs in the Supreme Court.

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Tax appeals from the AAT and VCAT

Author(s):  Philip BENDER

The Administrative Appeals Tribunal and the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal are the frontline for reviewing adverse objection decisions of the ATO and SRO, but what happens if a Tribunal decides against you? Appeals from the AAT and VCAT to the Federal and Supreme Courts are extremely limited in nature, so it is important tounderstand what aspects of a decision can be appealed. This presentation examines tax appeals from Tribunals including:

  • a basic introduction to the appeals process
  • consideration of the nature of an appeal from a Tribunal on questions of law
  • drafting appropriate questions of law in a notice of appeal
  • case studies highlighting problems that can arise with notices of appeal
  • appeals from the exercise of administrative discretions
  • appeal costs in the Supreme Court.
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