February 1967
Accountancy;Feb1967, Vol. 78 Issue 882, p129
Trade Publication
The article reports on the court's decision on the case of Hurley versus Young on tax assessment. It provides information about the details of the case and the basis of the court's decision. The author also stated some information about the justification for increasing the assessments in respect of all other relevant years.


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