Bani v. The Queen (November 18, 2014 – 2014 TCC 340) was another in a long line of cases involving bogus charitable receipts. In this instance the receipts were alleged to be from the Mehfuz Trust. 491 more words
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The Gervais decision, blogged earlier on this site is now available in English from the Tax Court:
The Federal Court of Appeal on line site was updated this morning to show a response filed by the Crown on November 18 to the McKesson notice of motion to amend its Notice of Appeal and to file a Supplementary Factum on the recusal issue: 151 more words
McKesson Update: Crown fails to respond to McKesson motion to amend Notice of Appeal and file Supplementary Factum.
Federal Court of Appeal on line records indicate that to date the Crown has not responded to McKesson’s November 3 motion to amend its Notice of Appeal and file a Supplementary Factum on the recusal issue. 21 more words
Humanics Institute v. R. – FCA: Organization furthering the “Oneness of Reality” not a charity for the advancement of religion.
Humanics Institute v. Canada (November 17, 2014 – 2014 FCA 265) was an appeal from the Minister’s refusal to grant charitable registration to the Humanics Institute. 523 more words
Free v. The Queen (November 7, 2014 – 2014 TCC 329) was a case involving a determination of whether the Treasurer/CFO of a small Ontario municipality was an employee or an independent contractor: 1,167 more words
Dimane Enterprises Ltd. v. The Queen (November 10, 2014 – 2014 TCC 334) was a case involving deductions for contributions to an employee profit sharing plan in the taxation years ending October 31, 2004 and October 31, 2005. 756 more words