In this podcast we discuss two recent cases.
Brooks and Commissioner of Taxation (Taxation)  AATA 1236 is a recent AAT decision where a person was made a disqualified person by the Commissioner and thus unable to act as the director of the corporate trustee of their SMSF. We look at the contraventions that occurred in this case, what the Commissioner considered in making this decision and discuss what advisers should do when a similar situation arises.
Wykrota v Chief Commissioner of State Revenue  NSWCATAD 106 is a case about whether a person was entitled to the apparent purchaser duty concession; a concession often relied upon in an LRBA context when transferring property to an SMSF trustee. We discuss what key documents and facts should be in place when establishing an LRBA to ensure this concession is not jeopardised.
Hosts: Bryce Figot, Special Counsel and Shaun Backhaus, Lawyer, DBA Lawyers