tax law

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Noun1.tax law - the body of laws governing taxationtax law - the body of laws governing taxation
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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He is a certified specialist in taxation law, estate planning, and trust and probate law.
The official said that the department has decided to amend the Section 30 of the Excise and Taxation law which would help the owners of other provinces to register their vehicles in Punjab.
The centre had extended the taxation law to GB this year through Adaptation Act of 2012, being implemented through GB Council.
People stood up to the taxation law when they started being charged income tax, withholding tax and tax on banking transactions etc.
Abrams has a law degree from University of San Francisco, a master's degree in taxation law from Golden State University and a bachelor's degree from University of California, Los Angeles.
There is need to find other solutions such as combating corruption, addressing parallel economy and smuggling closely tied to terrorism and revise the taxation law, he pointed out.
Authors Chirelstein and Zelenak present students, academics, and professionals working in a wide variety of contexts with the thirteenth edition of their examination of leading cases and concepts in federal income taxation law and practice.
He is an expert in taxation law and was a partner at HHG, where he worked for almost twenty years.
In the new taxation law, foreign investments were exempted from paying taxes to Egypt, meant to attract foreign direct investments (FDI).
Chief Guest Jawaid Masood Tahir Bhatti, Chairman, Income Tax Appellate Tribunal on the occasion informed the audience that several litigators find taxation law very technical and hard to handle.
This is a problem-based text that emerges out of recent instructional experiments Seto (Loyola Law School) has taken towards teaching basic income taxation law wherein he has restructured his approach around answers to six fundamental questions: What should we tax?
Her main areas of practice were constitutional law, Aboriginal law, taxation law and criminal law.