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Montréal, September 17, 2017 – The complexity of penal taxation in Québec and Canada is finally unraveled by two of our experienced lawyers, Martin Delisle and Julie Tremblay, in their new book published by Thomson Reuters. Entitled “La fiscalité pénale au Québec et au Canada”, this new reference tool covers the particularities of criminal tax litigation, including the offenses under various acts, the conduct of an investigation, the searches, the distinctive rules between an audit and an investigation, evidence disclosure, criminal liability of tax professionals and of government officials, as well as the main factors that might influence a sentence. The two authors clearly showcase these complex concepts through practical cases drawn from jurisprudence.
A must-read for all tax professionals, accountants and lawyers.
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