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Application of state taxes for property investment and development in WA presentation

Published on 18 Sep 19 by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • stamp duty implications of real property transactions in WA
  • foreign transfer duty
  • land tax issues in WA.

 

Author profiles

Claire Baggott
Claire is a Senior Associate at EY Law (formerly Norton & Smailes), and practices in superannuation, tax advice, tax disputes, tax litigation, wills and estate planning. Claire is both a Lawyer and a Chartered Accountant, having been admitted to practise in the Supreme Court of Western Australia and the High Court of Australia. Claire has approximately 9 years of taxation experience, and 5 of those years have been with Norton & Smailes (now EY Law). - Current at 09 June 2016
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Jesslyn Rosair
Jesslyn is a senior manager (legal practitioner) at EY specialising in stamp duty. Jesslyn has over 12 years experience assisting large corporate clients with pre and post-transaction stamp duty advice and compliance. The transactions include acquisitions of interests in landholding entities, group restructures and asset acquisitions. Jesslyn has acted for clients in objections and litigation in the WA State Administrative Tribunal, Supreme Court of Appeal and High Court of Australia. Most notably, Jesslyn was an instructing solicitor in the recent Placer Dome litigation. Jesslyn holds degrees in law, commerce and arts. Prior to EY, Jesslyn worked at the Department of the Attorney-General. - Current at 26 June 2019
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