Poonon Pty Ltd v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [1999] NSWSC 1121

In Poonon Pty Ltd v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [1999] NSWSC 1121 the applicants resisted a winding up order, with David Fitzgibbon as counsel, instructed by Wayne Levick & Associates. The grounds included an issue relating to sovereignty which the … Continue reading Poonon Pty Ltd v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [1999] NSWSC 1121
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Matchett & Lattimore v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [2000] NSWSC 975

In Matchett J M v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation; Lattimore J C v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation; Lattimore v M v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation; Matchett J F v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [2000] NSWSC 975 the plaintiffs were successfully sued … Continue reading Matchett & Lattimore v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [2000] NSWSC 975
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Dooney v Henry [2000] HCA 44 

In Dooney v Henry [2000] HCA 44 several matters were heard together, as the plaintiffs delivered Statements of Claim which all sought substantially the same relief and raised the same points for decision.  In every case a Reply had also been … Continue reading Dooney v Henry [2000] HCA 44 
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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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The Institute of Taxation Research and Wayne Levick

The Institute of Taxation Research was formed in 1998, promising that one could make any tax liability voluntary if they used their services. The strategy centered around the proposition that the taxation legislation is invalid, as the whole legal system … Continue reading The Institute of Taxation Research and Wayne Levick
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David Fitzgibbon

Barrister David Fitzgibbon appeared in many cases attempting the contention that the Royal Style and Titles Act 1973 is invalid and unconstitutional, or that there was a "break in sovereignty" from the time of the Treaty of Versailles in 1919, … Continue reading David Fitzgibbon
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