Duties Legislation NSW

Duties Legislation NSW

By Graham Hill

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Date: 31/07/2009

Code: 41182426

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Description

Duties Legislation NSW provides detailed commentary in an easy-to-use format on the NSW and ACT duties legislation, written by barristers Holger Sorensen, Stephen McMillan and David Raphael.

The authors’ in-depth discussion of the implications of the provisions assists users in their understanding of stamp duties law and guides you through the key conceptual areas of the NSW legislation model. Including the relevant legislation, you will find this service a practical and essential addition to your practice.

This work was originally written by the late Justice Graham Hill, judge of the Federal Court of Australia. Thomson is very proud of its long association with such a well-respected author.

Updates four times per year (approx).

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