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Land tax - current issues paper (by Geoff Mann and others)

Published on 29 Jul 05 by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA

This paper considers a number of current issues relating to land tax, including:

  • an overview of land tax in each of the States and the ACT
  • current valuation issues for land tax purposes
  • the topical issue of the land tax treatment of trusts in Victoria.

Author profiles:

Sue BOSCH
Sue Bosch, is a Senior Revenue Specialist in the Land Rich Branch of the State Revenue Office. She also has experience in Policy and Legislation, and in Legal Services. Prior to working at the State Revenue Office, Sue practised in Indirect Tax, specialising in stamp duty, at Blake Dawson Waldron and at Mallesons Stephen Jacques.
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Geoff MANN
Geoff is a Partner at Blake Dawson Waldron. His practice covers most areas of indirect tax law. Geoff’s broad practice enables him to consult in relation to overall tax management strategies and review programs as well as due diligence exercises. Geoff has practised in stamp duty for over 18 years, advising on a wide range of transactions and issues across all states and territories duties legislation. Geoff’s multi skilling across tax areas, his dual legal and accounting qualifications, as well as his practical exposure to legal drafting put him in a unique position to address the issues arising in his areas of practise.
Current at 25 September 2007
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Bronwyn KIRKWOOD



Rohan KUMAR
Rohan is an articled clerk with Blake Dawson Waldron.
Current at 29 July 2005

This was presented at Fifth Annual States' Taxation Conference .

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Stamp duty and sale of business assets

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