Section 178

Subsection 178(1)

Cases

Rath v. The Queen, 82 DTC 6175, [1982] CTC 207 (FCA)

S.178(1) does not give the Court the power to order the payment of interest by a taxpayer which is not exacted by any specific provision (such as...

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Subsection 178(2)

Cases

The Queen v. Dresden Farm Equipment Ltd., 89 DTC 5019 (FCA)

S.178(2) also applies to appeals to the Court of Appeal.

Leclerc v. The Queen, 84 DTC 6147 (FCA)

"[N]either the fact that the amount at issue in the appeal was small nor the fact that the appeal raised no question of principle seems to me to...

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The Queen v. Jessiman Brothers Cartage Ltd., 78 DTC 6205, [1978] CTC 274 (FCTD)

There is no need for the taxpayer to plead s. 178(2) in order for it to apply.

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The Queen v. Lavigueur, 73 DTC 5538, [1973] CTC 773 (FCTD)

The determination of reasonable and proper costs of a taxpayer should be limited to these which would be reasonable in an action involving tax of...

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