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A Practical Guide to Tax Appeals


ISBN13: 9780754542254
Published: April 2013
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £104.69



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A Practical Guide to Tax Appeals guides the tax practitioner through all the stages of taking a litigious dispute with the HMRC to court from getting started:-

  • explaining the processes at the First Tier Tribunal, the Higher Courts and the European Court of Justice;
  • representative litigation;
  • the judicial review;
  • procedural challenges;
  • alternative dispute resolution;
  • criminal offences,
  • costs and interest;
  • disclosure and privilege;
  • proof and evidence;
  • witnesses;
  • and finishing by explaining what happens in the hearing.
This information is presented in a clear and straightforward style, while at the same time, remaining well grounded in intellectual rigour and authority.

There has been considerable change to the tax tribunals system over the last two years. The changes/new processes that have come into force have been incredibly complex - and numerous practitioners still do not understand the new system or the way it works.

In order to serve their clients effectively, it is vital that this changes. This groundbreaking new title enables practitioners to fully understand the new tax appeals tribunal system, and arm them with the confidence to take a litigious dispute to court themselves rather than having to refer it to bigger firms.

Subjects:
Taxation
Contents:
1. The New Tribunal System
2. How Appeals Begin - Indirect Taxes
3. How Appeals Begin - Direct Taxes
4. The Enquiry Process for Indirect and Direct Taxes
5. HMRC's Information Powers
6. Obtaining a Closure Notice
7. Internal Reviews and Appeals
8. General Powers of the FTT
9. Allocation of Appeals
10. Disclosure
11. Lead Cases
12. Taxpayer Confidentiality and Privacy
13. Case Preparation before the FTT
14. Striking out a Party's Case
15. Advocacy
16. The Hearing before the FTT
17. Appeals from the FTT
18. General Powers of the UT
19. The Hearing before the UT
20. Appeals from the UT
21. In the Court of Appeal
22. Appeals from the Court of Appeal
23. In the Supreme Court
24. Costs
25. Human Rights
26. Alternative Dispute Resolution
27. Judicial Review
28. European Law and References to the CJEU