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LAWS23001 Shari'ah Taxation Issues
Students who successfully complete this course will understand and be able to describe and explain the taxation implications of Shariżah financial transactions in selected Western jurisdictions, propose creative solutions to unfavourable tax outcomes for Shariżah financial transactions, analyse and interpret contemporary academic and popular media commentary on unfavourable tax outcomes for Shariżah financial transactions, and justify and communicate conclusions and recommendations to professional and lay audiences.
Course at a glance
|Faculty:||Faculty of Arts, Business, Informatics & Education|
|Requisites:||Pre-requisites: FINC21001 AND FINC21002 AND FINC23002|
|Student Contribution Band:||3A|
|This course is not offered for this handbook year|
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