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Definition of "Direct concern and direct purpose"

In order to ascertain whether the expenditure has been incurred wholly and exclusively for the purpose of the business one must look to the direct concern and direct purpose for which the money is laid out and not the remote or indirect result which may possibly motivate or flow from the expenditure.

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