Miscellaneous 2012

The resources joint venture

Source: Western Australia

Published Date: 17 Oct 2012


Resources joint ventures are normally unincorporated. This presentation explores the unincorporated joint venture from a legal and tax perspective, including:

  • the features of an unincorporated joint venture
  • the unincorporated joint venture versus other structures
  • establishment of an unincorporated joint venture
  • operation of an unincorporated joint venture
  • exit from an unincorporated joint venture
  • income tax, GST and stamp duty issues specific to an unincorporated joint venture.

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Individual Session

The resources joint venture

Author(s): Jonathon Leek CTA , Peter Jarosek
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Miscellaneous 2012

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