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The other Part IVA – Departure prohibition orders paper

Published on 19 May 11 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • consequences
  • issuing a DPO
  • is there a tax liability
  • right of appeal
  • term
  • revocation of a DPO
  • departure authorisation certificate
  • review
  • child support departure prohibition orders
  • insurance claims.

Author profile

Therese Catanzariti
Photo of author, Therese CATANZARITI Therese is a barrister at 13 Wentworth Chambers. She has a Bachelor of Economics and a Bachelor of Law from the University of Sydney and a Master of Laws from the University of London. Before being called to the NSW bar, she was a senior associate at Mallesons in tax and corporate/commercial. She also lived in Nordic Europe working inhouse at Nokia in Finland and GE Healthcare in Finland and Sweden. She has particular expertise in wills and probate and Family Provision claims, particularly estates involving complex commercial structures, self-managed superannuation funds and discretionary trusts. - Current at 08 October 2010
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Superannuation compliance, focusing on SMSFs

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Tax debt - Managing, negotiating, disputing

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The other Part IVA - Departure prohibition orders

Author(s):  Therese CATANZARITI

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R&D - Tax offset

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Emerging themes and observations

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Anti-deferral regime reform

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Part IVA - How the ATO see it

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