|Statement||By Thomas M. Cooley|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxxxviii, 991 p.|
|Number of Pages||991|
|LC Control Number||12030629|
This treatise is the most commonly cited tax law treatise by the courts. It is arranged topically and is focused on using cases rather than determinations to clearly illustrate principles of tax law. It is designed to allow the explanations to be accessible through a number of research paths and includes multiple tables and indexes to find Author: Tammy Tran. Reprint of the uncommon first edition. As much a treatise as it is a handbook, which gives this book more than historical value, it examines the nature of taxation and sources of the power to impose taxes. Contents include "The Construction of Tax Laws," "Taxation by Special Assessment," "The Remedies of the State Against Collectors of Taxes," "Local Taxation under Legislative Compulsion" and. State Taxation provides comprehensive coverage and expert analysis of the entire field of state taxation, and it is widely regarded as the leading treatise in the field. The two-volume treatise covers corporate and personal income taxes, sales and use taxes, and the constitutional restraints on such taxes. A Treatise On the Law of Taxation: Including the Law of Local Assessments by Thomas McIntyre Cooley (Author) › Visit Amazon's Thomas McIntyre Cooley Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this.
The Law of Federal Income Taxation by Jacob Mertens (available o n Westlaw - Search MERTENS on main search bar, or click on the above link) This multi-volume treatise is the most commonly cited tax law treatise by the courts and is updated frequently. It is arranged topically and is focused on using cases to clearly illustrate principles of tax. "Full text of Federal Income Taxation of Intellectual Properties and Intangible Assets, a treatise by Philip F. Postlewaite, David L. Cameron, and Thomas Kittle-Kamp that covers federal income taxation of intangible assets such as patents, copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets; contract rights such as covenants not to compete, franchises, and leases; governmental privileges such as federal. The book is well written, but it is very cursory. It does not fully explain many rules and was little use to me in my JD-level international tax class. I would definitely recommend the Nutshell book by Doernberg over this book. The Doernberg has an indexes by subject matter, IRC code sections, cases, revenue rulings and treasury regulations/5(9). As the publishers point out, taxation law can. thorough treatise on the subject and certainly. This book provides the reader with the luxury.
About Book: Starting its journey from 3 selective services being taxed @ 5% in , service tax law has travelled a long way towards comprehensive taxation of all services (and in some cases non services as well!) at an effective rate of 15%. The journey has not been an easy one, but definitely a memorable one. Treatise on Law is Thomas Aquinas' major work of legal forms questions 90– of the Prima Secundæ ("First [Part] of the Second [Part]") of the Summa Theologiæ, Aquinas' masterwork of Scholastic philosophical with Aristotelianism, it forms the basis for the legal theory of Catholic canon law. Treatise on the law of taxation, including the law of local assessments. [New York], [Johnson Reprint Corp.],  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / . Quick start: use the Guide Index to the left to find treatises on your topic. Use treatises--books on legal topics--to begin your research. They will help you save time by providing explanation, analysis, context, and tips on the most relevant primary sources.. Treatises range from single volume overviews for students to extensively detailed multi-volume sets for : Catherine Biondo.