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Money can't buy me love: The market value substitution rule


Topics include: when can the commisioner look beyond the terms of the agreement; has consideration been allocated to all relevant CGT events; understanding the proper legal effect of the transaction; sham transactions; market value substitution rules; cost base of a CGT asset; Burrill's case and market value.

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Grant Cathro
Grant is a Partner with Allens Arthur Robinson, practising extensively in the resources sector. He advises clients in relation to project structures, acquisitions and divestments, ATO audits and disputes. Grant has over 25 years experience in both resource rent tax and income tax issues - Current at 17 February 2011
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Christopher Sievers
Christopher practises primarily in revenue law, with a particular focus on GST. Since being called to the Bar in 2001, Chris has developed a substantial advice practice and has appeared on behalf of taxpayers and the Revenue in numerous matters, including the High Court in Reliance Carpet and Qantas and the Federal Court in Rio Tinto. - Current at 11 August 2020
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Money can't buy me love: The market value substitution rule

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