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Appeal court strikes Iristel application for judicial review on tax audit

News | 06/06/2022 5:16 pm EDT

The Federal Court of Appeal has sided with the attorney general of Canada by striking an application by Iristel Inc. to the federal court in which the company alleged that it was denied procedural fairness in an audit and assessment process.

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