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Real property, unreal compliance paper

Published on 05 Sep 13 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

In this workshop paper, recent cases, rulings and legislative changes will be applied to real-life property transactions. Focus areas will include:

  • characterisation of premises
  • dealing with “barter supplies”
  • issues with reversionary interests
  • aligning contracts, clauses and invoices.

Author profiles

Andrew Howe CTA
Andrew is a Partner at Greenwoods & Herbert Smith Freehills and responsible for its GST practice. Andrew advises clients across a range of industries on major transactions, GST compliance and interactions with the ATO. Andrew is a longstanding member of GST sub-committees at The Tax Institute and the Property Council of Australia and is currently the external co-chair of the ATO’s GST Stewardship Group. - Current at 11 August 2020
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Paul Nguyen CTA
Paul is a Senior Tax Manager at Lend Lease specialising in indirect taxes. Paul is actively involved in GST working groups at the Property Council of Australia, the Retirement Living Council and has lectured in the University of New South Wales Masters degree program. - Current at 05 September 2013
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This was presented at 2013 National GST Conference .

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Individual sessions

Keynote address

Author(s):  Robert OLDING

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GST and the Ten Commandments

Author(s):  Gordon BRYSLAND

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GST and insolvency: From the cradle to the grave

Author(s):  Peter KONIDARIS,  Jenny Lin,  Raj Srikhanta

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Cases update

Author(s):  Chris SIEVERS

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Resolving disputes

Author(s):  Elizabeth GOLI,  Peter Poulos

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