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Dealing with state revenue authorities regarding stamp duty and land tax

Source: Victoria

Published Date: 16 Sep 2021


This presentation covers:

  • Revenue powers of investigation and recent areas of interest
  • Reassessment periods
  • Obligations to inform the revenue of changes to liability and eligibility for exemptions
  • Penalties and interest
  • Responding to requests and dealing with authorities
  • Applying for private rulings
  • Applying for refunds.

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Dealing with state revenue authorities regarding stamp duty and land tax

Author(s): Andrew Spierings , Frank Hinoporos CTA , Rosalie Cattermole CTA


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