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Contemporary issues in construing statutes: When will the courts rewrite or modify the words of a Tax Act? paper

Published on 05 May 16 by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • application to tax Acts
  • recent cases.

Author profile

Eugene Wheelahan QC FTI
Eugene is a barrister who practises principally in the area of tax. He has appeared in a number of leading tax cases in the High Court and Federal Court, including BHP (the “associates” case), Watson, AusNet, Orica, SPI PowerNet, Australian Pipeline Trust and Financial Synergy Holdings. He also provides opinions and assists clients in their dealings with the Commissioner. Eugene has a Master of Tax from the University of Melbourne where he is a Senior Fellow of the Law Faculty, lecturing in the subjects Comparative Tax Avoidance and Tax Avoidance and Planning. - Current at 19 June 2019
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