Consolidation or reorganization of Canadian courts and support staff

November 1995
Tax Executive;Nov/Dec95, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p467
Offers the remarks that the Tax Executives Institute filed on October 19, 1995 with the Office of the Auditor General in Canada concerning the study of the merger, regionalization or consolidation of the Federal Court of Canada and the Tax Court of Canada. Description of issues and questions posed; Discussion; Conclusion.


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