Recent Developments in Federal Taxation of Interest to the Resource Industries
Keywords:Energy Law, Petroleum Law
AbstractThis paper considers certain aspects of the proposed legislative changes to the Income Tax Act (Canada) and the Petroleum and Gas Revenue Tax Cut set out in the January 30, 1985 and May 9, 1985 Notices of Ways and Means Motions, the Western Accord and the federal budget of May 23, 1985 which may be of interest to advisers to the oil and gas industry. Certain of these changes have been incorporated in Bill C-72, which was passed October 29, 1985, and draft amendments to the Petroleum and Gas Revenue Tax Act released September 16, 1985.
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