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Assessment item 2 - Problem solving question Part A
Value: 15%
Due Date: 20-Apr-2021
Return Date: 13-May-2021
Length: 2,500 words
Group Assessment: No
Submission method options: Alternative submission method
TASK
The major assessment task for this subject is designed to be submitted in two parts to
enable you to benefit from feedback provided on Part A (Assessment task 2).
Assessment tasks 2 and 3 relate to the tax affairs of Bill. The information presented in
this first task will be relevant, to both Part A and Part B, along with the feedback
provided when your submission is returned.
Bill owns and has operated a bicycle shop in a major regional town since 1 July 2011. He lives
15 minutes from town on 5 hectares with his spouse. The property is on two titles. The 4
hectare block has their home and was purchased in joint names. The adjacent 1 hectare has a
large shed and workshop/studio apartment that existed when the blocks were purchased and
in which they lived while building the house and was purchased only in Bill’s name. Both
properties were purchased at the same time, on 1 November 2009, and the home was
completed and they moved in on 1 December 2010.
The annual gross turnover from the bicycle shop last year was $1,200,000 and he expects this
to increase by around 10% in the current year.
Each year he arranges for the storage of bicycles purchased, if required by customers, in the
shed for pick up in the week before Christmas. Generally these start to be stored from July. In
addition he has stored some second hand trade-in bikes acquired mostly in February to
October which he drops off at the Mens’ Shed every month. These are reconditioned by the
Mens’ Shed members and donated to charity. He has undertaken these activities since July
2015.
During the current year he has undertaken an extension to the shop premises which was
finished in April costing $200,000. This additional space will discontinue the need for storage
away from the shop.
This assignment has two parts, both must be submitted and your submission should adopt
the ILAC decision model. Ensure you note relevant legislation, case law or other supporting
information as well as any additional information you may require. The report should follow
the style guide below.
Each part has a different submission date. The Part A response is to be based on the data
provided below under the heading Assessment item 2.
Part A Question
As a result of the additional storage space Bill is considering the option to sell the 1 hectare
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containing the shed and workshop/studio apartment. The property was purchased for
$300,000 and Bill has made no improvements during the time he has held the property and
while he borrowed 80% of the purchase price he has now repaid 60% of his borrowings. He
neighbour who is a Real Estate Agent has indicated he believes he could sell the property for
$500,000.
Required
Determine the tax consequences of the sale? (You are NOT required to calculate any possible
tax payable but should provide some indication of the amount of any possible assessable
component).
Your advice is to take the form of a report (adopting ILAC style) which will form part of the
client work papers and should include a recommendation based on the known facts provided
above as well as identifying any additional information that should be requested prior to
providing any advice to the client (15 marks)
This assignment must be submitted through Turnitin.
It is recommended that your name, student ID and page number are included in the header
or footer of every page of the assignment.
Further details about submission in Turnitin are provided in On-line submission.
RATIONALE
This assessment task will assess the following learning outcome/s:
• be able to identify and explain the rules of law relating to taxation law topics covered
in the subject.
• be able demonstrate a capacity to engage in legal research.
• be able to use legal research skills to apply the law to legal problems relating to
taxation so as to reach a solution.
• be able to analyse legal rules so as to differentiate between possible outcomes to the
legal issues arising from novel fact situations.
Covering topics 1 to 8, this assignment has been designed to ensure that students are able to
identify and apply legislation, rulings and case law to the issues identified as well as
demonstrate the ability to analyse the issues fully and apply this knowledge to a hypothetical,
practical situation.
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ca
lc
ul
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.
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pe
rd
em
on
st
ra
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s
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ce
of
pr
oo
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in
g.
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m
e
sp
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lin
g,
gr
am
m
ar
,
pu
nc
tu
at
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n
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d
ca
lc
ul
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m
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pr
oo
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ad
in
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or
gr
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lin
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/o
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pu
nc
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at
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n.
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ow
in
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lit
tle
or
no
ca
lc
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io
n.
Pa
pe
rg
iv
es
no
ev
id
en
ce
of
ha
vi
ng
be
en
pr
oo
f-r
ea
d.
Ch
ar
le
s S
tu
rt
U
ni
ve
rs
ity
S
ub
je
ct
O
ut
lin
e
LA
W
50
5
20
21
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S
M
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rs
io
n
3
- P
ub
lis
he
d
25
M
ar
ch
2
02
1
Pa
ge
2
4
of
4
2
PRESENTATION
General Guidance for Law Assessment Tasks:
• Word-process or type your assignment clearly.
• Clearly show the subject name, your name and the date at the beginning of the assignment.
• Use size A4 paper and leave at least a 3 cm margin on the right-hand side of the page. (This is
the best format for both marking and photocopying.)
• Number each page of the assignment.
• The answers should be confined to within 10% plus or minus of the suggested word limit,
reference list excluded. Assignments should be neatly typed in Times New Roman, 12 point
font.
• The APA Referencing System is required. Case and statute names should be Italicised.
• Answers must be original. They should demonstrate that students not only have read and
understood the Study Guide and prescribed readings but also have broadened their
knowledge by having read other reference works including relevant legislation. Marks will not
be awarded for duplication of paragraphs from the Modules or textbooks.
• Answers must have a complete reference list with appropriate intext referencing, listing all
books, articles, websites and other materials quoted, used as a source and paraphrased.
Beware of using the unacknowledged work of others. Plagiarism will result in zero marks and
possible failure of the subject. (Refer to handbook rules).
• Students must, in the course of answering questions, refer to and discuss relevant case
authorities and appropriate statutory provisions in order to support the propositions and
submissions made.
Also note the following style guide:
1. You should use the ILAC style introduced in previous law subjects as your model to prepare
your report for this assignment
2. Do not re-state the question as part of your answer. This often gets repeated in the 'issue'
section, however that is incorrect.
3. Names of cases or statutes should be Italicised, and followed by the jurisdiction not in
Italics, for example: Acts Interpretation Act 1901 (Cth). Note the abbreviation for
‘Commonwealth’ is ‘Cth’ not ‘Cwlth’.
4. Do not start a new line simply because you are starting a new sentence.
5. Start each paragraph on a new line, and leave a clear line gap after the preceding paragraph.
Don't make your paragraphs too long.
6. You must end your assignment with a reference list that is divided into three separate parts,
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listing statutes, cases and finally any other books / articles / on-line resources (including
modules) etc
PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL LOSE MARKS IF YOU DO NOT COMPLY WITH THIS STYLE GUIDE.
NOTE: Assessments for this subject are required to be submitted via Turnitin.
REQUIREMENTS
Your answer to the Problem Solving Question in this Assessment task must be fully referenced.
Referencing is the acknowledgement of information sources in your work; it is the appropriate
way to give credit to the original owner of an idea, piece of writing or creative work. You will be
required to use the APA style of referencing and guidelines for using this style can be found on
the CSU Referencing website at https://student.csu.edu.au/study/referencing-at-csu.
Your submission may be scanned through Turnitin to detect instances of plagiarism.
It is recommended that your name, student ID and page number are included in the header
or footer of every page of the assignment.
Assessment item 3 - Problem solving question Part B
Value: 20%
Due Date: 20-May-2021
Return Date: 11-Jun-2021
Group Assessment: No
Submission method options: Alternative submission method
TASK
This is the second component of the problem solving assessment task. Your response to Part B
should also consider relevant data provided in Part A and feedback provided in respect of Part
A.
Part B Question
Bill decided not to sell the property opting instead use the apartment as a bed and breakfast
following an increased interest in regional holidays. It was available for bookings from the
beginning of February. He did however sell two paintings that had been hanging in the studio
apartment. He had purchased them in 2009 for $700 each, he sold one for $450 and the other
for $900.
At the end of the current financial year the following activities had occurred.
Bicycle business
Sales $ 1,382,500
Purchases $ 1,078,000
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Opening stock (1 July) $ 210,000
Closing stock (30 June) $ 240,000
Occupancy expenses (rates, electricity etc) $ 58,000
Wages $ 85,176
Travel (actual cost of work van) $ 23,500
Installation of fittings for new storage area. $ 38,000
Painting of internal and external walls, excluding new storage space. $ 25,000
Phone & Internet store $ 6,000
Loan payment on 1 hectare property (includes interest on loan for year
$ 4,752) $ 8,000
Wages expense includes:
• superannuation for two employees;
• payment to a part time retail assistant who works 20 hours per week at $25.50;
• payment to his spouse who does cleaning, and occasionally works in the store for
approximately 4 hours per week at $32.00 per hour; and
• wage to Bill of $52,000.
The wage to Bill and payment to his spouse are deposited into a joint account.
From this joint account the following transactions occurred:
Interest earned $27.00
Bed and Breakfast activities (30 days of bookings from February)
Income $ 3,000
Provisions expense $ 900
Occupancy expenses $ 1,000
Expense relating to advertising online $ 300
Rental property in spouses name only (expenses paid from joint account)
Income (net of agents fees) $ 19,874
Repairs to bathroom expenditure $ 570
Lawn upkeep expense $ 2,600
Loan Payments (includes interest on loan for year $11,550) $ 14400
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Depreciation expense $ 1,000
Rates, Insurance and water fees $ 3,450
Bills spouse also worked as a part time nurse earning $47,000 with tax withheld of $6,604 and
incurred $2,300 in employment related expenses such as uniform, professional subs and
training costs.
Bill has paid $35,700 PAYG installments.
Required
1. Prepare a report explain what amounts would or would not be included in the
calculation of the tax payable for Bill to be retained in a work file. (15 marks)
1. Prepare a draft letter to Bill advising the tax position. (5 marks)
Both parts can be submitted in a single file. Ensure all calculations are clearly detailed (Total of
20 marks for Part B).
This assignment must be submitted through Turnitin.
It is recommended that your name, student ID and page number are included in the header
or footer of every page of the assignment.
Further details about submission in Turnitin are provided in On-line submission.
RATIONALE
This assessment task will assess the following learning outcome/s:
• be able to identify and explain the rules of law relating to taxation law topics covered
in the subject.
• be able demonstrate a capacity to engage in legal research.
• be able to use legal research skills to apply the law to legal problems relating to
taxation so as to reach a solution.
• be able to analyse legal rules so as to differentiate between possible outcomes to the
legal issues arising from novel fact situations.
Covering topics 6 to 11, this assignment has been designed to ensure that students are able
to identify and apply legislation, rulings and case law to the issues identified as well as
demonstrate the ability to analyse the issues fully and apply this knowledge to a
hypothetical, practical situation and communicate to a diverse audience.
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LA
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50
5
20
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S
M
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3
- P
ub
lis
he
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25
M
ar
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2
02
1
Pa
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2
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of
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m
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w
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m
m
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m
pl
et
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in
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en
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.
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m
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ta
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rm
at
.
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el
l s
tr
uc
tu
re
d,
w
ith
o
ne
m
ai
n
ar
gu
m
en
t
in
tr
od
uc
ed
p
er
pa
ra
gr
ap
h.
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es
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ty
le
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ui
de
,
w
ith
so
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la
ps
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se
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m
od
el
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ax
co
m
pu
ta
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rm
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nd
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ea
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st
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ct
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ed
.
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op
ts
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am
ew
or
k
of
St
yl
e
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id
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bu
t
nu
m
er
ou
s
in
co
ns
ist
en
ci
es
.
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m
e
at
te
m
pt
a
t u
se
of
IL
AC
m
od
el
, t
ax
co
m
pu
ta
tio
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fo
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at
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d
at
st
ru
ct
ur
in
g
of
an
sw
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or
, i
nc
on
si
st
en
t
or
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ac
cu
ra
te
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se
of
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ty
le
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ui
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or
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st
ru
ct
ur
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.
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ad
eq
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te
o
r n
o
us
e
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pa
ra
gr
ap
hs
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ay
ha
ve
d
is
re
ga
rd
ed
th
e
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m
od
el
an
d
ta
x
co
m
pu
ta
tio
n
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rm
at
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rt
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rit
te
n
ex
pr
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on
,
ca
lc
ul
at
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an
d
ed
iti
ng
.
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es
a
pp
ro
pr
ia
te
a
ca
de
m
ic
w
rit
in
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w
hi
ch
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al
,
im
pe
rs
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al
a
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nt
ai
ns
n
o
sp
el
lin
g,
gr
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m
ar
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un
ct
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tio
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d
ca
lc
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er
ro
rs
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ap
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s c
ar
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g.
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m
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lc
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at
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ro
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pe
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em
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g.
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al
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w
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pu
nc
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at
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ca
lc
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at
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g.
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e
sp
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pu
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at
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ad
ab
le
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de
m
on
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ra
te
s s
om
e
at
te
m
pt
a
t
pr
oo
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ad
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g.
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or
g
ra
m
m
ar
,
sp
el
lin
g,
a
nd
/o
r
pu
nc
tu
at
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n.
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ow
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g
lit
tle
o
r
no
ca
lc
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at
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pe
r g
iv
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n
o
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id
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oo
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tt
er
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of
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la
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fo
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ud
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g
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lu
ta
tio
ns
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de
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w
el
l
w
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te
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su
m
m
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th
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ap
er
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la
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at
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su
cc
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ct
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cl
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r f
or
th
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di
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lie
nt
).
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tte
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m
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ra
te
s c
ar
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ul
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ll
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la
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d
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g
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ud
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ta
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el
l w
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te
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m
ar
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e
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ce
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th
e
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n
la
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ge
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at
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cc
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r f
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di
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lie
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).
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tte
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de
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ar
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ul
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g
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d
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y
m
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or
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qu
ire
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th
e
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ie
nt
.
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es
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ro
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of
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on
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la
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cl
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sa
lu
ta
tio
ns
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ov
id
es
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fa
ct
ua
l
su
m
m
ar
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th
at
al
ig
ns
w
ith
w
or
ki
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pa
pe
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n
la
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at
is
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r f
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au
di
en
ce
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lie
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).
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tte
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de
m
on
st
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te
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id
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pr
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ad
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g
bu
t
w
ith
a
n
um
be
r o
f
co
m
po
ne
nt
s
m
is
si
ng
w
hi
ch
w
ou
ld
n
ot
p
ro
vi
de
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es
a
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ro
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ia
te
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of
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la
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rm
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ud
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ro
vi
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a
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ls
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m
ar
y
th
at
a
lig
ns
w
ith
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or
ki
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p
ap
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le
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r t
he
au
di
en
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lie
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tte
r d
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a
tte
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pt
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ad
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aj
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m
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lti
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po
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fu
si
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d
im
po
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t
in
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at
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t
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ck
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ap
pr
op
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te
pr
of
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la
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ro
vi
de
a
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m
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le
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nt
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es
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s n
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s m
aj
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m
po
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in
co
ns
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t w
ith
w
or
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p
ap
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cu
m
en
t
re
su
lti
ng
in
co
nf
us
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