Income tax: capital gains: how should interim and final liquidation distributions received by shareholders be treated for CGT purposes?
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- is not a dividend in terms of subsection 47(1); or
- is a section 160ZLA dividend rebatable adjustment (section 160ZLA; subsection 160ZL(5)).
Commissioner of Taxation
20 April 1995
NO CGT Cell (CGDTLiq 3); NAT 94/8635-6
disposal of assets
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