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Taxpayers' Rights in SA

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ISBN: 978-0-7021-8202-0
May 2010
First edition
Extent: 362 pages
Soft cover

Taxpayers' Rights in South Africa is the only book available to deal with the interplay between South African constitutional and tax law.

It evaluates how South African Revenue Services powers function in relation to taxpayers' constitutional rights and thoroughly and systematically unpacks the rights to property, equality, privacy, access to information, just administrative action and access to courts.

Based on personal experience and award-winning research, this work provides guidance on issues that perplex taxpayers, SARS officials and tax practitioners every day.


Tables of Cases and Statutes
The right to property
The right to equality
The right to privacy
Procedural rights
Protection of taxpayers' rights in selected foreign countries
Conclusion: The future of taxpayers’ rights in South Africa


Tax practitioners
SARS Officials

'This book is the first full-scale attempt to discuss the important topic of taxpayers' rights in South Africa and will provide a worthy addition to out literature on South African tax law.' Judge I F Farlam - Retired Judge of Appeal of the Supreme Court of Appeal

'Croome's book forms the basis of significant beneficial developments in the administration of South Africa's tax laws. His recommendations are often controversial but will assist in informed decision making in an area that remains relatively unexplored in legal commentary.' Prof. D Bentley - Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia

'This work is of great significance in the context of South Africa's tax jurisprudence. It provides a thoughtful summation of the way forward in this important new dimension of tax law.' Prof. R C Williams - Univ. of KwaZulu-Natal.


Section 240A of the Tax Administration Act, 2011 (as amended) requires that all tax practitioners register with a recognized controlling body before 1 July 2013. It is a criminal offense to not register with both a recognized controlling body and SARS.


The Act requires that a minimum academic and practical requirments be set to register with a controlling body. Click here for the minimum requirements of SAIT.

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