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What Reliance can we place on “no supply”?

Published on 01 Sep 07 by "TAXATION IN AUSTRALIA" JOURNAL ARTICLE

Reliance Carpet is one of a number of cases where the Courts have not found a “supply”. The decision has application to more than just “security deposits” and has also shown the limits to the “purposive approach” of interpreting the GST legislation.

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Brad Miller CTA
Brad is a Partner in EY’S Indirect Tax team in Melbourne, advising on a range of indirect taxes including GST. While Brad assists clients in different industries, he focuses on clients in the financial services sector (including superannuation) by providing clear and concise value propositions to clients on very technical aspects of the GST legislation. Brad also assists clients from an indirect tax perspective on due diligence; structuring for acquisitions; divestment, developing and documenting GST apportionment methodologies; and managing ATO audits and disputes. Brad is an active member of a number of indirect tax committees for different industry associations, regularly advocating on behalf of those associations before both the ATO and Treasury. Current at 30 September 2015 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Brad MILLER.
 
James Choi CTA
James is a Senior Manager, Ernst & Young Melbourne. Current at 01 November 2007 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by James CHOI.
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