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The contingency principle - alive and well under the Duties Act? paper

Published on 28 Jul 06 by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA

This paper covers:

  • the contingency principle - alive and well?
  • modern case law - old wine in surprising new bottles
  • interim assessing powers - do they affect substantive law?
  • case study - treatment of purchase by variable instalments in each State and Territory
  • application of contingency principle beyond “transfer” duty
  • implications for documenting transactions.

Author profile:

Ioannis Caravousanos
John is a Senior Associate in the commercial property and construction team of Ebsworth & Ebsworth Lawyers. With over 10 years experience as a lawyer in private and government practice, he has developed an extensive knowledge of property, commercial, banking, taxation (particularly indirect taxation such as stamp duty and GST), general litigation and estate laws. Current at 17 May 2006
 

This was presented at Sixth Annual States' Taxation Conference.

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