Benefits-Conferring Legislation

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Crooks v. The Queen, 2016 TCC 52 (Informal Procedure)

In connection with finding that he addition of an accommodation co-purchaser (for financing purposes) of a new condo did not have the effect of...

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Tax Topics - Excise Tax Act - Section 254 - Subsection 254(2) - Paragraph 254(2)(a) accommodation co-owner was not supplied her interest directly by the builder 451
Tax Topics - Excise Tax Act - Section 123 - Subsection 123(1) - Recipient “ultimate liability” doctrine indicated an accommodation co-purchaser of condo was not a recipient 301
Tax Topics - Excise Tax Act - Section 262 - Subsection 262(3) accommodation co-purchaser (for financing purposes) of condo was not a recipient of supply by builder 231
Tax Topics - General Concepts - Substance the addition of an accommodation co-purchaser (for financing purposes) of condo did not reflect the parties' true intentions 173
Tax Topics - General Concepts - Sham the addition of an accommodation co-purchaser (for financing purposes) of condo might have been a sham if done for tax purposes 131