READE v BREARLEY (H.M. INSPECTOR OF TAXES) (1928-1933) 17 TC 687
No. 875.–HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE (KING’S BENCH DIVISION).–
27TH AND 30TH JANUARY, 1933
Income Tax, Schedule E – Office of profit.
The Appellant, who was a member of a Congregation of secular priests, was headmaster of a school established by the Congregation. Under a scheme of government approved by the Board of Education, the school was under the management of a governing body subject to the ultimate control of the Congregation.
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