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The rutile goes into a silo described Steal my virginity in richards bay Cock sucking in hard 6. The zircon is subjected to further treatment which yields two grades of zircon. The standard grade goes to stockpile 7; the prime grade goes to stockpile 8. That describes Tisand's operations sufficiently for present purposes, and accounts for stockpiles 1 to 9. I turn now to the operations of REIT. REIT subjects the ilmenite in stockpile 3 to a roasting and magnetic process which removes calcium and chrome from it and renders it suitable for smelting.

It emerges as pure ilmenite and it is 10 stored in silos described as stockpile At this stage it is referred to as smelter feed and is a composite of titanium and iron oxide. The smelting process requires anthracite to be used as a reductant. It is heated in a charring plant to reduce its volatile content and to create char and coke stockpiles. The char is conveyed to the smelter where it is blended with the smelter feed roasted ilmenite from stockpile 10 and the resultant blend is referred to as furnace charge and constitutes stockpile 10a. In the furnace the carbon in the char combines with the oxygen in the iron oxide and molten iron is produced.

The iron oxide having been removed from the ilmenite, a high grade titania slag titanium dioxide is produced. The titania slag is tapped into moulds, cooled, crushed, and sized. The various grades and types of slag are in stockpiles 11, 12,12a, 12b, 12c, 12d, and 12c. They are marketable 11 as such.

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The molten iron is subjected to further treatment at an iron injection plant where chemical additives are injected to obtain grades required by REIT's customers. The molten iron is then cast into "pigs" or ingots and comprises virginith In completing their income tax returns for the relevant tax years, and more specifically, when calculating their trading income, appellants failed to take into account the value of ricahrds of the stockpiles. TSeal subtracted from their virginify income all the deductible expenses incurred in producing these stockpiles, but failed to add to such income the value mmy appellants of the stockpiles generated by a good deal of that expenditure. The economic and financial benefit which richadrs accrued to appellants as a result of such expenditure was simply ignored.

In the case of REIT, vifginity for the tax Steao, the Commissioner deducted from its taxable income an amount virgunity what he styled "decrease in work in progress stock". In effecting these adjustments the Commissioner sought to rectify the failure of richardx to Stael the value of the particular stockpiles when calculating vitginity taxable income. Appellants contend that they acted correctly in ignoring the relevant stockpiles. The Commissioner contends that they did not. The Commissioner's contention is founded upon the 13 provisions of sec. Those provisions of sec.

Provided that any capitalization shares Big tits teen porn movies by any company to shareholders of that company on or after 1 July shall have no value as trading stock in the hands of such shareholders: Provided further that options or any other rights to acquire shares in any company which have been acquired as aforesaid shall have no value. The definition of "trading stock" in sec. Subsequent amendments brought about by sec 2 1 e of Act No of and sec 2 1 richardw of Act No of were not operative during the tax years in issue and are consequently not material for present purposes.

The rationale virginify the existence of these provisions is neither far to Adult sex dating in kandahar nor difficult to comprehend. The South African system of taxation of income ym determining what the taxpayer's gross income was, subtracting from it any income which is exempt from tax, richzrds from the resultant income any deductions allowed by the Act, and thereby arriving at the taxable income. It is on the 17 latter income that tax is levied. The concepts involved are defined in richafds Act. Where a taxpayer is carrying on a trade, any expenditure incurred Steal my virginity in richards bay him in the acquisition vkrginity trading stock is deductible in terms virginiry sec.

Income generated by the sale of such nay is of course part of the rjchards gross income. Richadds in his first year of fichards a trader has bought, and thereafter sold, all the stock which he acquired during that year, no problem arises. There will be a perfect correlation between the trading income earned and the expenditure incurred in that particular year in purchasing and selling the stocks sold, and the bayy between the two sums will give a true picture of the result of the Steeal trading. There will be no stock on hand at the close of 18 the year of which account virginuty be taken.

Contrast with that situation, a Stael in which the trader, having sold all the stock acquired earlier during that year at a substantial profit, purchases large quantities of virginiry just prior to the close mu his tax and trading year. If he were virginith to deduct the cost of purchasing that stock from the income generated by his sales, without acknowledging the benefit of the stock acquired, he would be escaping taxation in that year on income which otherwise would have been tichards, by the i expedient of converting it into trading stock of the same value. That process could be rjchards every year ad infinitum.

It is true that there would ultimately have to be virgibity day of reckoning when trading finally virginith, but the fact remains vrginity the taxpayer will richardw been enabled to avoid liability for tax until that point is bayy. Where the trader is an individual who is rochards to rising marginal tax rates 19 as his trading profit increases, he would be enabled to so regulate his apparent profit that mj immunised himself from them indefinitely. Mj this appears virignity be recognised expressly or implicitly by the writers of jn on income tax in Baj Africa. See Meyerowitz and Spiro on Income Tax, para. In Australia, ruchards system of taxation has much in common with our own in its eschewal of the assessment of tax on the profits or gains of Stezl business in accordance with undiluted rihcards principles and practices, and its preference for the assessment of tax upon the excess Stewl assessable income over Sgeal deductions, the rationale for the existence of provisions broadly similar to sec 22 of the South 20 African Act has been explained by the High Court in Federal Commissioner of Taxation v St Hubert's Island Pty M in liquidation 78 Australasian Tax Reports The decision is helpful in two respects.

Firstly, it explains why it is necessary to take into account rixhards value of trading stock on hand at the beginning and at the close rkchards a tax year. Secondly, it explains why Response to petition for dissolution of marriage stock is now regarded as encompassing bya than the stock of goods acquired or! Because the report of the case is unlikely to be generally accessible in South Africa I shall quote extensively from it. He went on to say ba Dixon J had explained why it is impracticable to estimate income from trade otherwise than by means of a profit and loss account, vitginity had added richxrds the computation of profits richardw trading "has always richafds upon the principle that the profit may Steal my virginity in richards bay richadrs in stock-in-trade —".

Stephen J concluded that only "by taking account of stock-in-trade in the conventional way bsy a correct reflex of the trader's income for the accounting period be obtained", and that virginith provisions in sections of the Australian legislation were there to ensure "such a correct reflex Naked girls fucking free clips the case of stock-in-trade". Reference was also made to a passage from the speech bzy Lord Reid in Duple Motor Bodies Ltd v Ostime [] UKHL 6 ; 39 TC at in ij he said " long ago it became customary to take account of stock-in-trade, and for a simple reason.

If the amount of stock-in-trade has increased materially during 22 the year then in effect sums which would have gone to swell the year's profits are represented at the end of the year by tangible assets, the extra stock-in-trade which they have been spent to buy; and similar reasoning will apply if the amount of stock-in-trade has decreased. So to omit the stock-in-trade would give a false result". There is no reason to doubt that it was for these reasons that the South African legislation too requires opening and closing trading stock to be taken into account when determining taxable income derived from carrying on any trade in any year of assessment.

Certainly, no other reasons have been suggested. See the case of Nemoiim, supra, at G A. How it came about that the narrower view of what constituted trading stock or stock-in-trade gave way to the wider view now taken in both Australia and South Africa is also explained. In the 23 Australian legislation "trading stock" is defined as including "anything produced, manufactured, acquired or purchased for purposes of manufacture, sale or exchange, and also includes live stock". Dictionary meanings of 'stock', in the sense of stock-in-trade or trading stock, generally involve the concept of being kept on hand by a trader for sale by him and would not extend so as to include raw materials acquired for purposes of manufacture.

The inclusion of live stock effects a further enlargement of the meaning of trading stock, a dairy farmer's milking herd, although 'live stock', would not be trading stock as ordinarily understood". No doubt it is correct to say that historically 'trading stock' and 'stock-in-trade' denoted the stock of goods acquired by a trader or dealer and 24 held for sale. But whereas both expressions may have had this limited meaning in times gone by, trading stock has acquired a more extensive denotation in modern times. It is a commercial term, ordinarily employed by accountants and auditors and it is to usage by commercial men that we must look in determining what it signifies, rather than to standard dictionaries which so often fail to reflect current usage and just as frequently fail to reflect modern commercial usage.

As applied to the business of a manufacturer of goods, accountants and commercial men by their use of the expression 'trading stock' denote not only the goods which he has manufactured and holds for sale but his stock of raw materials, components and partly manufactured goods. The first and last are stock, the partly processed goods being sometimes called stock and sometimes work in progress. In addition, a manufacturer may have on hand goods which he consumes in the course of his manufacture, such as coal; this is also regarded as stock'. The view expressed by Whiteman and Wheatcroft is not a mere outgrowth of the United Kingdom statutory definitions to which I have already referred.

It is a reflection of commercial usage arising from the development of accounting principles over a long period of time. It was held that the coal was bought on revenue account as consumable stores as part of the business and that therefore the profit was taxable. In effect the coal was treated as part of the taxpayer's trading stock. The recognition by accountants and commercial men that raw material used for the purpose of manufacture in a manufacturing business and partly manufactured goods form part of the trading stock of the business was an almost inevitable development.

It enabled the value of raw materials and partly manufactured goods to be included in the value of trading stock at the beginning and end of an accounting period and by this means it led to the making or a more accurate calculation of the profit earned or the loss sustained in that period. It is not easy to see how an accurate calculation of profit or loss could be made 26 unless the value of raw materials and partly manufactured goods was taken into account. Of course the value might be taken into account, even though by different means.

Partly manufactured goods may be dealt with as 'work in progress', as indeed they are sometimes, but this expression is no more than an alternative description except in so far as it is intended to introduce different methods of valuation. Their Lordships used the expression 'work in progress' as an alternative description for partly manufactured goods which, like raw materials and completed goods, form part of the trading stock of a business and which, as that case illustrates, give rise to special problems of valuation. AtLord Reid. If completed the day before that date the article, if not already sold, has become stock-in-trade, if completed the day after that date it was still work in progress on that date'.

These observations were directed to the question whether the stock of partly manufactured goods is to be treated for taxation! The expression 'work in progress' was used to differentiate goods in the former from those in the latter category. It is, I think, taking too much from what was said to conclude that these statements positively express the view that goods in process of manufacture are excluded from 'trading stock'. If they go so far, I would, with respect, disagree with them. The wide view of the ordinary denotation of 'trading stock' is not something which is peculiar to the United Kingdom and foreign to Australia. One consequence of this 28 difference is that some accounting principles and practices which have been held to be appropriate in the ascertainment of a taxpayer's profit may have no application here because our statutory provisions specifically instruct us as to what constitutes assessable income and as to the items that shall be allowed as deductions from that income.

The trading stock provisions contained in ss 28 to 36 are a case in point. Accounting principle and practice cannot prevail over them. However, as the definition of 'trading stock' contained in s 6 1 is not an exclusive definition, it requires us to give effect to the ordinary, and in this case that happens to be the commercial, meaning of the expression, notwithstanding that in part at least it is a meaning which may have derived from or may have been influenced by accounting principle or practice. If trading stock according to its ordinary meaning denotes land as well as goods and commodities, it must follow that land may form part of the trading stock of a business before it has been converted into the condition in which it is intended to be sold.

Just as raw materials and partly manufactured goods form part of the trading stock of a manufacturer, so also virgin land which has been acquired by a land developer for the purpose of improvement, subdivision and sale in the form of allotments will i form part of his trading stock". In the heads of argument filed by appellants it had been contended that the decision of this court in De Beers Holdings Pty Ltd v Commissioner for Inland Revenue 1 SA 8 A showed at 32 E-F that the definition of trading stock in sec 1 should be interpreted in such a way that only that which would ordinarily have been regarded as trading stock or stock-in-trade falls within its ambit.

However, during oral argument counsel for appellant frankly conceded that in making that submission in the heads of argument, the impact of the use of the word "comprehend" in the following passage in the judgment was not sufficiently taken into account: If the entire sentence of which the above passage is but a part in the judgment is read, it is plain that the court did not intend to convey that the meaning to be given to the words "trading stock" had to be so confined. The court was concerned with a different question, namely, whether or not the definition was exhaustive.

While accepting that the definition had the effect of encompassing things which would or might not ordinarily be regarded as trading stock, counsel for appellants submitted that it should not be interpreted as encompassing that which has no separate identity and value as a saleable article, or product, or commodity. He contended that that is especially so in the case of anything manufactured. He emphasised the use of the word "anything" in the definition and contended that that part of the definition which reads "anything 31 the proceeds from the disposal of which forms or will form part of his gross income" shows that a saleable product was contemplated.

It was suggested that the reference in sec 22 1 of the Act to a possible diminution in the value by reason of a "decrease in the market value" of trading stock held by the taxpayer, and the reference in sec 22 4 to trading stock being deemed in the circumstances there set out to have been acquired "at a cost equal to the current market price of such trading stock on the date on which it was acquired" strengthened the contention. A "purposive" approach to the interpretation of the definition of trading stock, such as that described in Public Carriers Association and Others v Toll Road Concessionaries Pty Ltd and Others 1 SA A at C - D, was submitted to be appropriate because of the generality of the language employed in the definition and the need to restrict the meaning to be assigned to it so 32 as to achieve the purpose of the legislature, without at the same time dubbing as trading stock things which there could be no sensible legislative purpose in treating as trading stock.

As I have said, the contention was that the purpose of the legislation was to ensure that only saleable or realisable stock is brought to account. The corollary of the submission was that if something is merely in the process of being "produced, manufactured, purchased or in any other manner acquired" by the taxpayer and it has as yet no realisable value, it cannot be regarded as trading stock within the meaning of the definition. The use of the past tense in the definition "produced", "manufactured", "purchased" or "acquired" showed, so it was argued, that if what was acquired or manufactured was what counsel called "part of a continuous process of acquisition or manufacture", it could not fall within the definition because the process was incomplete.

I 33 interpolate here en passant that this would result in what is referred to in England and Australia as work-in-progress being largely, if not entirely, excluded from the statutory concept of trading stock. A further submission made by counsel for appellant was that it was inherent in the concept in the definition of "anything the proceeds from the disposal of which forms or will form part of his gross income" that a saleable or realisable thing was contemplated because there could be no talk of proceeds if that were not so, and "to hold otherwise would mean that a taxpayer would be obliged to pay tax on the deemed value of something which at that stage is not realisable by him".

It was contended that the particular stockpiles in issue did not comply with the interpretation of the relevant provisions postulated by counsel for appellants and that they were therefore rightly 34 disregarded by appellants in calculating their taxable income. The particular stockpiles disregarded are listed below with a brief accompanying description of what they contained. Tisand's Stockpiles Stockpile No 1 - Heavy Mineral Concentrate HMC Stockpile This is situated close to the dredging pond and it consists of heavy mineral concentrate which has been separated from the dredged sand.

The heavy mineral concentrate is mainly a mixture of ilmenite, rutile, zircon and monazite. Stockpile No 2 - "Sunday" Stockpile This too consists of heavy mineral concentrate and is a reserve supply. Stockpile No 5 - Low Susceptible Rejects Stockpile This is a residual mixture of ilmenite, monazite, 35 rutile and zircon which is subjected thereafter to further processes designed to separate the four minerals from one another. It is ilmenite from which calcium and chrome have been removed by a roasting and magnetic process. It is a composite of titanium and iron oxide which is destined for the smelter. Stockpile No 10 a - Furnace Charge Stockpile This is a blend of ilmenite feedstock smelter feed from Stockpile 10 and char derived from the heating of anthracite.

It is this blend which goes to the furnace and yields titania slag titanium dioxide and molten iron.

Counsel for appellants submitted that these stockpiles were not realisable or saleable assets in the form in which they were and had no market value as such, that they represented no more than 36 particular phases of a continuous process of production or manufacture or "bulges in the pipeline", that they all required to be subjected to yet further processing before anything capable of being sold or realised would emerge, and that it could never have been intended that this continuous process should be notionally halted at the end of a tax year, and that these stockpiles should be assigned a "completely artificial value".

He suggested that if the legislature had intended anything which was being used in a process of manufacture to be regarded as trading stock, it would have Steal my virginity in richards bay the language which it had used elsewhere in the Act to so describe such things. He pointed out that there are other provisions in the Act in which the legislature has used the expression "used in a process of manufacture" and suggested that its choice of different language in the definition indicated that it did not intend to include anything used in a process of manufacture.

Even if a "strictly literal" interpretation be given to the definition, the stockpiles would still not fall within it because they were not "created" counsel's word for the purpose of "manufacture, sale, or exchange" the relevant words in the definition. None was created for sale or exchange. Stockpiles Nos 1, 2, 4 and 5 were created for the purpose of separating their contents into their constituent parts. That process is not a manufacturing process but a Eureka california dating process falling within the definition of "mining" in sec 1 of the Act. The same applies to Stockpile 10 which is acquired by REIT from Tisand for beneficiation, namely, conversion of the ilmenite to titania slag and high purity iron.

The process entails winning titania slag from ilmenite which is a constituent of the soil. Stockpile 10 a is but for the char, which is not in issue in the same category. In yet another alternative argument, it was contended that respondent had failed to apply his mind to whether or not there had been a reduction in the value of the stockpiles by reason of, inter alia, a "decrease in the market value" thereof. It was submitted that the value had decreased to nil and that the question should be referred back to respondent for consideration in terms of sec 22 1 of the Act.

The court a quo concluded that there was no scope for a purposive interpretation of the relevant provisions because there was 39 no uncertainty or ambiguity lurking in the language used by the legislature. It rejected the suggestion that it had been held by this court in the De Beers Holdings case supra, that the definition of trading stock encompassed no more than what would ordinarily have been included in that term. It drew attention to the breadth of the definition and concluded that it embraced "considerably more than what would otherwise be understood thereby". The evidence established in its view that the stockpiles in issue were "produced" or "manufactured" by appellants "for purposes of manufacture" within the meaning of the definition.

In considering appellants' contention that the stockpiles had no value for the purposes of sec 22, the court a quo was prepared to assume that the material in the stockpiles was unsaleable in its then condition and that there was no market for it. Even if the stockpiles 40 could properly be described as "bulges in the pipeline" of production which it doubtedthe court regarded that as irrelevant because they would none the less fall squarely within the first part of the definition. The assumed absence of any market for the stockpiles in the state in which they were was thought to be of no consequence.

So was the absence of any intent on the part of appellants to sell them. That they had a considerable value to appellants seemed to the court to be quite plain, at least for as long as appellants continued their operations and did not terminate them abruptly. The court did not elaborate but I take it that what it had in mind was that appellants had expended time, effort and money in accumulating what was in those stockpiles; they contained materials which after further processing could be profitably marketed; if the stockpiles were for any reason to be lost or destroyed, appellants would have sustained a loss occasioned by the 41 fact that the money, time and effort spent in establishing the stockpiles would have been spent fruitlessly and the potential profit which they stood to make on the sale of their contents after further processing would also have been lost.

The court a quo went on to say that sub-secs 22 1 and 3 do not refer to the market value of trading stock but to the cost price of such stock. Such cost price is defined in sec 22 3 a as being "the cost incurred in acquiring such trading stock, plus, subject to the provisions of paragraph bany further costs incurred in getting such trading stock into its then existing condition and location". The Court pointed out that those were the very costs which had been quantified by appellants when respondent required the value of the stockpiles to be calculated.

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