Published on 27 Sep 02
by NORTHERN TERRITORY DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This seminar paper offers a summary of the many ways that land can be owned, occupied and used, together with an outline of the most common property transactions. It will also suit non-property specialists to gain an overview of property law and land transactions.
Bill leads the Estate Planning Section of the Business Services Group at O’Loughlins and is a member of the Tax Institute and the Law Society of South Australia. He has extensive experience in all aspects of succession and estate planning, including Wills, Powers of Attorney and Enduring Guardianship. Bill specialises in estate planning advice for high net-worth individuals and he has helped many clients to implement comprehensive, tax-effective succession plans.
Current at 31 June 2006
- Current at
18 July 2006