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FCT v Snowden & Willson Pty Ltd (1958) 99 CLR 431

This case considered the issue of legal expenses and advertising incurred in defending a legal claim and protecting the goodwill and reputation of a company and whether or not these expenses were necessarily incurred in the carrying of the companies’ business and whether or not the expenses were capital in nature.

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