Wood v Revenue and Customs: UTTC 25 Jul 2016

UTTC INCOME TAX – discovery assessments made against taxpayer relying on extended time limits on grounds of deliberate conduct – death of taxpayer – whether assessments should be discharged on grounds personal representative cannot receive a fair trial – ss 29 and 36 TMA 1970 -Art 6 Human Rights Convention-appeal dismissed

[2016] UKUT 346 (TCC)
England and Wales
CitedSheldrake v Director of Public Prosecutions; Attorney General’s Reference No 4 of 2002 HL 14-Oct-2004
Appeals were brought complaining as to the apparent reversal of the burden of proof in road traffic cases and in cases under the Terrorism Acts. Was a legal or an evidential burden placed on a defendant?
Held: Lord Bingham of Cornhill said: . .

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