Malcolm Trumble [‘Mal’] lives in a modest cottage which he rents in Westville, an outer Sydney suburb. Mal (aged 64) never had much education and although he speaks English well, he has the reading ability of a 12 year old. He has never married and has worked all his life as a labourer for the local Westville Council.
Mal is a man of simple tastes: a beer with his fellow council workers at the pub on a Friday night, a punt on the horses every Saturday, and watching his...ReadMore
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The essay should follow the Australian Guide to Legal Citation. Essays should be printed on one side of the paper only, with adequate space left for comments. You should also include abibliography.
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Constitutional basis of the Australian taxation system, ie what section(s) of the Australian Constitution confer taxation powers?
role of the Courts, the parliament and the ATO in developing taxation law in terms of the theory of the separation of powers in government.
A non-resident manufacturer based in the US derives profits from sales to Australian customers. The US manufacturer has a sales representative in Australia operating out of a serviced...ReadMore