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MacCormick v Federal Commissioner of Taxation (1984) 158 CLR 622

This case considered the taxation power of the Commonwealth under section51(ii) of the Constitution and whether or not a law passed to tax companies involved in tax evasion schemes was a valid exercise of the taxation power.

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MacCormick v Federal Commissioner of Taxation (1984) 158 CLR 622
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