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Description - Revenue Law by Natalie Lee

Now in its 25th edition, this highly respected work is a leading textbook for students and an invaluable first point of reference for practitioners. This latest edition has been restructured to aid access to information and improve its overall practicality for the user. Its impressive list of contributors provides a clear and detailed explanation of the law, with a wealth of practical examples. It is fully revised and updated to Finance Act 2007, covering the latest case law and developments in practice.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781845924645
ISBN-10: 1845924649
Format: Paperback
(234mm x 156mm x mm)
Pages: 1600
Imprint: Tottel Publishing
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Publish Date: 24-Sep-2007
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Book Review: Revenue Law by Natalie Lee - Reviewed by (24 Jun 2014)

FEAR NOT! THIS IS THE CURRENT BEST EXPERT GUIDE FOR STUDENTS AND PRACTITIONERS COVERING TAX LAW

An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers

Professor Natalie Lee's new 25th edition of this practical, comprehensive, concise and well-priced ‘Revenue Law: Principles and Practice’ will, as usual, be a title to strike fear into the hearts of revising undergraduates because of the complexities and unfair assumptions of the boring nature of the subject.

Try teaching it! Lee has produced another refreshing edition of this hugely popular tome which is, we are told, still a great read for both practitioners and students of taxation law even though the subject has disappeared from many LL.B syllabuses.

“I HATE THE SUBJECT!” “HOWEVER, NATALIE HELPS US OUT!”

Student comments like this are many that we see and hear. Some trainee lawyers have often had an aversion to this subject but Natalie Lee and her army of legal number crunchers have retained the pre-eminent position with this manual in an accessible format using non-technical language and a straightforward approach.

This book gives what it has always set out to give – a ready understanding of basic principles allowing the practitioner the very latest knowledge and know-how with its clear and detailed explanation of revenue law and a wealth of practical examples as activities.

The 25th edition is fully revised and updated and incorporates both the Finance Act 2007 and the Income Tax Act 2007. What makes this book stand out so much is its outstanding collection of contributors assembled by publishers Tottel, who are to be congratulated on achieving and maintaining a book of such worth which we know we can rely on when the client with the awkward questions arrives.

The 25th edition is a financial winner for us as the legal implications of new fiscal policies bend to new agendas currently being set with a General Election to be held in 2010: we would all be at a loss without it as it is a true ‘must have’ book this year…. and it is great for revision, too!


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