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Woman making a frame around the sun with her hands at sunrise

Misrepresentation Defines the Limit of Reassessing Beyond the Limitation Period: Inwest Investments Ltd. v. Canada, Canadian Tax Journal, (2015) Vol. 63, No. 4.

February 2016 Tax Bulletin < 1 read

INTRODUCTION

Inwest Investments Ltd.51 came before the BC Supreme Court by way of a summary trial application and is one of several recent examples of bad judgment on the part of the CRA in litigating a reassessment with faint hope of success. The court found that the statutory limitation period applied to bar the CRA from reassessing the taxpayer.

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