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Ronpibon Tin v FCT (1949) 78 CLR 47

This case considered the issue of allowable deductions and whether or not a company that had ceased mining operations indefinitely  due to the Second World War in Thailand could claim expenses that were related to this activity and were not solely related to its current activity which was investment related.

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Ronpibon Tin v FCT (1949) 78 CLR 47
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