Income tax: capital gains: will subsection 160M(7) of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 apply where there is an act, transaction or event in relation to an asset and no consideration is received or receivable by reason of that act, transaction or event?
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Commissioner of Taxation
16 December 1993
NO M6/M7 PROJ (CGTDET88)
capital gains tax
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