Miscellaneous 2009

Climate change - state and territory taxation

Source: Northern Territory

Published Date: 6 Aug 2009


The Federal Government proposes to introduce an emissions trading scheme in 2010. This presentation covers:

  • what are the stamp duty and State taxation issues?
  • how will dealings connected with carbon sinks be treated?
  • emissions trading - what are the stamp duty issues?
  • Torrens registered carbon rights
  • landholder and land rich duty issues
  • valuation issues.


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Individual Session

Climate change - State and Territory tax implications of the new system

Author(s): Amrit Macintyre CTA


  • Published By: Amrit Macintyre CTA
  • Published On:6 Aug 2009
  • Took place at:Darwin Convention Centre

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Miscellaneous 2009

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