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Issues associated with GST groups paper


This paper covers:

  • the eligibility requirements for trusts and partnerships
  • issues associated with the "90% stake" test
  • the financial acquisitions threshold and GST groups
  • joint and several liability
  • timing of grouping applications and cancellations and anti-avoidance
  • margin scheme changes.

Author profiles

Matthew Cridland CTA
Matthew is Head of GST & Customs (Australia) at DLA Piper. He has specialised in GST for more than 16 years and also advises on customs and other indirect tax matters. He regularly publishes papers and articles on indirect tax developments. Matthew is a member of the GST committee for the Property Council of Australia and the Financial Services Council. - Current at 29 July 2016
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Murray is a Partner with Corrs Chambers Westgarth and has national responsibility for Corrs' Indirect Tax Practice. Murray has over 20 years experience in Australian and New Zealand tax and acts for clients in the banking, property and government sectors. He is a member of the Property Council of Australia.
Current at 19 August 2005
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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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