Miller v Chapman [2001] FCA 105

In Miller v Chapman [2001] FCA 105 the applicant had challenged his taxation assessments on the grounds the Australian Tax Office is not a legal entity, and the so-called “interregnum argument” based upon an asserted deficiency in the appointment of Lord … Continue reading Miller v Chapman [2001] FCA 105
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