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What happens where the intended use of property changes? paper

Published on 03 Jun 21 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers both the direct and indirect tax consequences arising from the change of intention.

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Rachel O'Donnell CTA
Rachel is Special Counsel and Head of Indirect Tax at Hall & Wilcox, with more than 15 years of experience advising on tax law. She specialises in GST, and duties, land tax and payroll tax issues in all Australian states and territories. Rachel has significant experience advising large listed and unlisted corporates, high net worth individuals and small to medium enterprises. She has a broad range and depth of experiences and is very familiar with the operation and technicalities of the GST and various state and territory tax regimes, which are constantly evolving. Rachel’s clients include major international and national companies / groups in the property development, property funds management, infrastructure, superannuation, and retirement living / aged care industries, as well as high net wealth family groups. - Current at 16 August 2021
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