FCT v Applegate (1979) 79 ATC 4307
This case considered the issue of residency and whether or not a permanent place of abode can be determined objectively or if it was dependant on the intention of the taxpayer. Furthermore whether or not the word permanent should be given its ordinary meaning.
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