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“Black letter versus purposive – a false dichotomy?” paper

Published on 06 Aug 09 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper gives an interpretation of State and Territory tax legislation including:

  • The High Court's view on the "purposive approach"
  • recent Federal tax cases: Reliance Carpets & PM Developments
  • are there implications for courts construing State and Territory tax laws?

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Justice John LOGAN
was appointed to the Federal Court of Australia in September 2007. He holds additional commissions as Deputy President of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal and the Defence Force Discipline Appeal Tribunal. In 2011, he was also appointed by Papua New Guinea, with the permission of the Australian Government, as a judge of the Supreme and National Courts of that country. He was re-appointed in 2014 for a further three-year term as a judge of those courts. In 1993, Justice Logan was awarded the Reserve Force Decoration (RFD) in respect of his service as an officer in the Australian Intelligence Corps in the Army Reserve. Current at 10 April 2017 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Justice John LOGAN.
 

 

This was presented at Ninth Annual States' Taxation Conference .

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“Black letter versus purposive – a false dichotomy?”

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