(solved) Taxation Law Case Study

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Running head: TAXATION LAWTaxation LawName of the StudentName of the UniversityAuthors NoteCourse ID
TAXATION LAW1Table of ContentsCase 1.........................................................................................................................................2Answer to Question 1:................................................................................................................2Answer to question 2:.................................................................................................................4Case 2:........................................................................................................................................5Reference List:...........................................................................................................................8
TAXATION LAW2Case 1Answer to Question 1:The study currently is being considered for ascertainment of the residential status ofJack who visited Australia German passport from the year 2007 until the year of 2016, onwhich year he got the permit for residing and working within Australia. From all of thesesituations this can be stated that Jack has worked as Marine engineer in Australia during thisperiod. The purpose of taxation is to fist identify if the person is Australian or foreigner.According to thetaxation ruling of TR 98/D1, this can be stated that one-personAustralia can be considered as the occupant for satisfying the purpose of tax1. These rulingare proper for a good number of people that enters Australia as well as this considerprearranged employment contracts. According to the current situation of Jack, this isidentified that Jack has worked under this contract policies. In contrast with theseelaborations, Jack’s situation is considered as matter of element for making it chief conditionsthat defines compulsion to the Australian income tax. This chief condition is being elaboratedwithin this context for making the context of Jack’s right for being an occupant in Australia.Along with this, Australian income tax is also considered to be prioritized as per law for Jack.As held in the case of“FC of T v. Applegate 79 ATC 4307; (1907)”events forfollowing the time of returns might be helpful in establishing a residential status ofindividual2. As stated in“section 995-1 of the ITAA 1936”an Australian corresponds to oneindividual that occupies Australian taxation system. Jack was present in Australian from 2007until 2016 that is continuous nine years during this period, only for nine months Jack was not1Barkoczy, S,Foundations of taxation law 2014. in .2Coleman, C, & K Sadiq,Principles of taxation law 2013. in
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