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Canada’s Supreme Court rejects government’s appeal in anti-avoidance case

The Supreme Court of Canada has denied the Crown leave to appeal a May decision from the Federal Court of Appeal which held that the general anti-avoidance rule (GAAR) did not apply to a series of interest-splitting financial transactions.

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