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s11(gA)(iii) – Deductions for the acquisition of intellectual property rights (Labat Case)

11 October 2011   (0 Comments)
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The CSARS v Labat Africa Case (28 September 2011) deals with section11(gA)(iii) allowable deductions for the acquisition of intellectual property rights and meaning of ‘expenditure’ and shares issued as consideration not ‘expenditure’.

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