Miscellaneous 2007

Recent High Court decisions on the capital-income divide

Source: New South Wales

Published Date: 2 Nov 2007


This presentation examines recent High Court decisions and asks whether they involve a major shift in the boundary between income and capital and, if so, whether that shift matters, including:

  • capital versus income distinction
  • has there been a minor diversion or a major shift in recent decisions?
  • does it matter?
  • does it matter in a consolidated group?
  • McNeil
  • Pipecoaters
  • other recent High Court decisions.

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Recent High Court decisions on the capital-income divide

Author(s): C John Taylor


  • Published By: C John Taylor
  • Published On:2 Nov 2007
  • Took place at:Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley

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Miscellaneous 2007

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