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This was a payroll tax matter, which was heard by the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal. A decision was handed down on 30 January 2006 in favour of the taxpayer.

The issue was whether the umpires appointed by the Eastern Football League (a not-for-profit incorporated association established to promote, co-ordinate and administer the sport of Australian Rules football through its member clubs) are common law employees.

Read the decision.

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