Tax litigation (here not including the internal CRA objection and appeal processes) may require recourse to either the Tax Court of Canada, Federal Court , Federal Court of Appeal, Provincial Superior Courts, or the Supreme Court of Canada. Knowing the rules applicable to each court will enable you to get to the best resolution possible in the circumstances.
Tax Court of Canada
The Rules applicable to proceedings before the TCC are made pursuant to the authority of the Tax Court of Canada Act, and include:
- General Procedure Rules
- Informal Procedure Rules
- Excise Tax Act (Informal) Rules
- Canada Pension Plan Rules
- Employment Insurance Act Rules
- Customs Act (Informal Procedure) Rules
- Excise Act, 2001 (Informal) Rules
Sas Ansari, BSc BEd PC JD LLM PhD (exp) CPA In-Depth Tax 1, 2 &3
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