Miscellaneous State taxes 2021

The terms and nature of disclosure obligations

Source: National

Published Date: 4 Nov 2021


This presentation covers:

  • The fundamental requirements for a compliant lodgment
  • Identify any unusual or unexpected provisions that may apply in some jurisdictions
  • Outline the provisions that may compel a 're-lodgment' upon a passage of time or a change of circumstances
  • Refer to relevant caselaw, including Orica IC Assets Pty Ltd v The Commissioner of State Revenue [2011] QSC 1.

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The terms and nature of disclosure obligations

Author(s): Samanath Marsh , Alice Kim , Geoff Mann CTA , Hayley Young , Elizabeth John


  • Published By: Geoff Mann CTA
  • Published On:4 Nov 2021
  • Took place at:Online

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