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Why Canada has denied taxpayers’ claims in three GAAR cases

Three cases involving application of the general anti-avoidance rule (GAAR), at the Canadian Federal Court of Appeal (FCA), to deny taxpayers a capital or income loss, based on the distinction between a genuine capital loss and a loss on paper, have been seen in just three weeks. All have been denied.

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