The object of the essay is to response to the following statement: “Every tax avoidance scheme involves a trick and pretence. It is the task of the Tax Authority to unravel the trick and the duty of the court to ignore the pretence.” by making your own thesis and defending it in terms of the essay. So, you need to make a thesis regarding this statement. (an approach that would disagree with it). You’re required to use the following literature:(you’re also welcome to use any extra sources if necessary). Here are the sources: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/h1jl44o8n11pwy5/AABBsBM_8QXRKe0yyNRKSzfZa?dl=0 If a source from the list contradicts another one, you can refrain from using such sources. (Just be sensible, you’re welcome to make a decision on the use of the sources if it would be better for the quality) However, you’re required to use the literature from the folder, but the manner of the use and the number of sources is up to you. (At least 57 sources from the list should be used, with the maximum of 11). To sum up, you’re given all the recommended sources, you should you use some or all of them to write this essay. The particular sources (and number of them is up to you, but use at least 57 if possible le). Some of the literature contain case law examples, so that you should use the case law and critically review it, rather than the other author’s opinion. The essay should, among others, include paragraphs concerning Judicial attempts to combat tax avoidance and ethical issues. (These are just two that must be logically included, but you’ll, of course, need to write some more paragraphs relevant to the thesis (see above). Pleas devote your attention to logical structure of the essay! Here’s the grading requirement: An answer will engage closely with the question and demonstrate distinction both in the range and command of material covered and in argument and analysis. Answers will have a coherent and logical structure, and be written in clear and lucid style, integrating theory and evidence, and with a breadth of reference to relevant literature. Marks in this range may be awarded on the basis of more than one set of criteria. The argument will be particularly sophisticated, fluent, and incisive. The answer will show exceptional knowledge and understanding of the issues involved. The approach will attempt an independent and critical interpretation of the issues raised by the question. Combination of these qualities of sophistication, understanding and critical analysis.