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Developments in UK and European case law paper


This paper covers:

  • input tax - nexus and apportionment
  • Card Protection Plan update
  • economic reality versus commercial reality
  • tripartite supplies.

Author profile

Roderick Cordara
Roderick is an international grandmaster of indirect tax, with an extremely busy tax commercial practice pursued in the UK, across Europe and also in Australia. He is an accomplished and elegant public speaker with the ability to disarm almost any resistance with his simple and clear propositions. In Europe, he appears on VAT and related matters in all courts, including the Supreme Court (previously the House of Lords) and before the European Court of Justice. Roderick has been involved in countless important appeals and has had considerable influence in development of the law. One notable success before the House of Lords in 2001 was Card Protection Plan. In Australia, Roderick has practiced in the middle of GST right from the very beginning. He appeared for the Commissioner in the seminal HP Mercantile litigation in 2005 (which he won). Roderick has also been involved in a range of other important GST cases, including Luxottica, Travelex, Qantas and AP Group. He is co-author (with Pier Parisi) of the textbook Australian GST Cases- Decisions and Commentary (2012). There is hardly any zone of the GST law that he has not advised extensively on. - Current at 27 May 2021
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This was presented at 2005 National GST Intensive .

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Individual sessions

Five years of GST

Author(s):  Richard F EDMONDS

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Issues associated with GST groups

Author(s):  Matthew CRIDLAND,  Murray JEWELL

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GST and property

Author(s):  Michael PATANE

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Developments in UK and European case law

Author(s):  Roderick CORDARA

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GST and adjustments

Author(s):  Andrew NUTMAN,  John OESTERHELD

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Transitional issues

Author(s):  Peter GREEN

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GST - five years on/five years out

Author(s):  Bruce QUIGLEY,  Michael B EVANS

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