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Trinity tax avoiders tried to game system – judge

David Williams
Thu, 28 Jun 2012

A High Court judge has accused investors in the country's longest-running and biggest tax avoidance battle of "an attempt to game the system".

Auckland tax lawyer Garry Muir hatched the so-called Trinity scheme in 1996, with the aim of allowing wealthy investors to avoid about $3.7 billion

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David Williams
Thu, 28 Jun 2012
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