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Deductible Expenses for Infringement of Trademark

Published on 01 Sep 01 by "TAXATION IN AUSTRALIA" JOURNAL ARTICLE

Senior member MD Allen of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal handed down a decision AAT Case [2001] AATA 573, RE Pech and FCT on June 2001, finding that legal expenses incurred in defending a claim that a trademark had been infringed were an allowable deduction.

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Denis BARLIN
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