Feel that the CRA made the wrong decision in your judicial review case and feel that you have no other option but to dispute their findings?

Decisions by federal employees (including the CRA, Ministry of Finance, or any other provincial authority) can be subject as a last resort to a judicial review. These are common applications on taxpayer relief decisions, but can also include other administrative decisions as well.

You can apply for a judicial review within 30-days of receiving the CRA decision if you believe that the CRA did not properly exercise its discretion.

Contact a lawyer at Invictus LLP if you would like to know more.


CRA – Judicial Review

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