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Stamp Duty: some recent developments seminar paper

Published on 19 Aug 04 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers the following:
- substitution of nominee purchasers - current SRO interpretation and review of recent decisions including Politis
- new general anti-avoidance rule
- misleading information - responsibilities of the adviser, responsibilities of your clients and responsibilities of third parties involved.

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Michael Bearman CTA
Michael’s has 35 years’ experience representing clients in taxation matters. He is a Chartered Tax Advisor and has sat on numerous Tax Institute committees over many years, most recently the Victorian State Taxes Committee. Ranked by Doyles Guide as Melbourne’s pre-eminent taxation junior barrister for the last four years (2016-2019), Michael was formerly a reporter for the Commonwealth Law Reports, an editorial board member for the Australian Journal of Taxation, and a professional associate of Monash University. - Current at 22 October 2020
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