"Imposition of penalties for taking a position that is not 'reasonably arguable' - the beat goes on"

Woellner, Robin (2012) "Imposition of penalties for taking a position that is not 'reasonably arguable' - the beat goes on". In: Australasian Law Teachers' Association. pp. 1-15. From: Australasian Law Teachers' Association Conference, 1 - 4 July 2012, Sydney, NSW.

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[Extract] The "Reasonably Arguable Position" ("RHP") provisions were introduced in the Taxation Laws Amendment (Assessment) Act 1992 in sections 222C and 226K, and have created areas of uncertainty from the outset. I explored some of these issues in an earlier paper, but 7 years later, some are no clearer – indeed, some new puzzles have arisen in the interim.

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