Published on 26 Jul 12
by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper covers:
Timetable for the abolition of duty on the transfer of non-land business assts
Treatment of rent and other rights to income from dutiable property
Site goodwill and the valuation of land
Statutory licences connected with land
An update on the perennial problem of fixtures and goods
Security interests over land
When will business assets still be taxed in a post abolition environment?
Adrian Chek CTA
Adrian is one of Australia's leading stamp duty advisers. He is also an expert in GST and income tax. Adrian has advised on stamp duty, GST and tax issues on a variety of issues and matters for corporates, property trusts and financial institutions including issues relating to mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructures, property trust floats, the establishment of wholesale property trusts, infrastructure acquisitions, landholder stamp duty, finance transactions, resettlement, employee remuneration, and various state taxes including land tax. Current at 11 March 2015
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