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Title Sham transactions [electronic resource] / Edwin Simpson and Miranda Stewart.
Publication Info Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2013.
Edition First edition.



Descript xlii, 299 pages ; 26 cm
Edition First edition.
Contents 1: Miranda Stewart and Edwin Simpson: Introduction : What is the Sham 'Doctrine'? -- 2: Mike McNair: Sham: Early Uses and Related and Unrelated Doctrines -- 3: Miranda Stewart: The Judicial Doctrine of Sham in Australia -- 4: Joshua Blank and Nancy Staudt: Sham Transactions in the United States -- 5: Edwin Simpson: Sham and Purposive Statutory Construction -- 6: Susan Bright, Hannah Glover and Jeremias Prassl: 'Shams' in Tenancy Agreements -- 7: Matthew Conaglen: Sham and Trusts -- 8: Nicholas Le Poidevin: Sham and Trusts: A Practitioner's Perspective -- 9: Lord Neuberger: Sham Doctrine and Company Charges -- 10: Anne Davies: Sham Transactions in Employment Law -- 11: Robert Miles and Eleanor Holland: Shams and Piercing the Corporate Veil -- 12: Malcolm Gammie: Tracing the Boundaries of Sham and Ramsay -- 13: Shelley Griffiths and Jessica Palmer: Sham and Tax Avoidance: What Difference does a GAAR make? - a New Zealand Perspective -- 14: Glen Loutzenhiser: Trompe-l'oeil: Sham in the Canadian Tax Court -- 15: John Vella: Sham, Tax Avoidance and 'A Realistic View of Facts' -- 16: Michael Kirby: Sham and Tax Law: Coffee Beans, Trust Funds and Judicial Distaste.
Note .
ISBN 9780199685349 (hardback)
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Subject Fraud -- English-speaking countries.
Illegal juristic acts -- English-speaking countries.
Fictions (Law) -- English-speaking countries.
Alt author Simpson, Edwin.
Stewart, Miranda, 1968-
Descript xlii, 299 pages ; 26 cm
Edition First edition.
Contents 1: Miranda Stewart and Edwin Simpson: Introduction : What is the Sham 'Doctrine'? -- 2: Mike McNair: Sham: Early Uses and Related and Unrelated Doctrines -- 3: Miranda Stewart: The Judicial Doctrine of Sham in Australia -- 4: Joshua Blank and Nancy Staudt: Sham Transactions in the United States -- 5: Edwin Simpson: Sham and Purposive Statutory Construction -- 6: Susan Bright, Hannah Glover and Jeremias Prassl: 'Shams' in Tenancy Agreements -- 7: Matthew Conaglen: Sham and Trusts -- 8: Nicholas Le Poidevin: Sham and Trusts: A Practitioner's Perspective -- 9: Lord Neuberger: Sham Doctrine and Company Charges -- 10: Anne Davies: Sham Transactions in Employment Law -- 11: Robert Miles and Eleanor Holland: Shams and Piercing the Corporate Veil -- 12: Malcolm Gammie: Tracing the Boundaries of Sham and Ramsay -- 13: Shelley Griffiths and Jessica Palmer: Sham and Tax Avoidance: What Difference does a GAAR make? - a New Zealand Perspective -- 14: Glen Loutzenhiser: Trompe-l'oeil: Sham in the Canadian Tax Court -- 15: John Vella: Sham, Tax Avoidance and 'A Realistic View of Facts' -- 16: Michael Kirby: Sham and Tax Law: Coffee Beans, Trust Funds and Judicial Distaste.
Note .
ISBN 9780199685349 (hardback)
Subject Fraud -- English-speaking countries.
Illegal juristic acts -- English-speaking countries.
Fictions (Law) -- English-speaking countries.
Alt author Simpson, Edwin.
Stewart, Miranda, 1968-

Subject Fraud -- English-speaking countries.
Illegal juristic acts -- English-speaking countries.
Fictions (Law) -- English-speaking countries.
Descript xlii, 299 pages ; 26 cm
Contents 1: Miranda Stewart and Edwin Simpson: Introduction : What is the Sham 'Doctrine'? -- 2: Mike McNair: Sham: Early Uses and Related and Unrelated Doctrines -- 3: Miranda Stewart: The Judicial Doctrine of Sham in Australia -- 4: Joshua Blank and Nancy Staudt: Sham Transactions in the United States -- 5: Edwin Simpson: Sham and Purposive Statutory Construction -- 6: Susan Bright, Hannah Glover and Jeremias Prassl: 'Shams' in Tenancy Agreements -- 7: Matthew Conaglen: Sham and Trusts -- 8: Nicholas Le Poidevin: Sham and Trusts: A Practitioner's Perspective -- 9: Lord Neuberger: Sham Doctrine and Company Charges -- 10: Anne Davies: Sham Transactions in Employment Law -- 11: Robert Miles and Eleanor Holland: Shams and Piercing the Corporate Veil -- 12: Malcolm Gammie: Tracing the Boundaries of Sham and Ramsay -- 13: Shelley Griffiths and Jessica Palmer: Sham and Tax Avoidance: What Difference does a GAAR make? - a New Zealand Perspective -- 14: Glen Loutzenhiser: Trompe-l'oeil: Sham in the Canadian Tax Court -- 15: John Vella: Sham, Tax Avoidance and 'A Realistic View of Facts' -- 16: Michael Kirby: Sham and Tax Law: Coffee Beans, Trust Funds and Judicial Distaste.
Note .
Alt author Simpson, Edwin.
Stewart, Miranda, 1968-
ISBN 9780199685349 (hardback)

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