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Irish Tax Reports 2014/2015

By: Nicola Carroll
Media of Irish Tax Reports 2014/2015
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Published: 25-02-2016
Format: Paperback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 536
ISBN: 9781780436944
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
RRP : €145.00
 

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About Irish Tax Reports 2014/2015

Irish Tax Reports is the only comprehensive set of reports of Irish tax cases ever published. This unique set brings together all tax cases in Ireland since the foundation of the state.

Many previously unreported judgments are included, as are many of the cases stated. Each spring, all new cases from the previous year are published in a bound paperback volume along with new Cumulative Tables and an index. These annual volumes are merged and republished in hardback form, every four to five years, allowing users to maintain and expand their hardback sets. Volumes may also be purchased separately.

Table Of Contents

1. Contents 2014–2015
This outlines cases and determinations contained in the 2014–2015 volume.
2. Contents 1922–2015
This is a chronological list of all the cases reported, which also shows key words relating to each case and references indicating where the case was previously reported.
3. Cases 2014–2015
These are all the relevant cases since the 2013 publication.
4. Cases reported
This is an alphabetical list of the cases reported.
5. Cases considered
This is an alphabetical list of the cases referred to in judgments or cases cited in the cases reported in full.
6. Statutes considered
This table lists, in alphabetical and numerical sequence, the statutory provisions considered by the courts.
7. Destination table (Taxes Consolidation Act 1997)
This table enables the reader to trace the present location of legislation between 1967 and 1997.
8. Index
This is an alphabetical subject index which sets out the subject matter of each case in the six volumes.

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