Judgment of the European Court of Human Rights in Case of A and B v. Norway
We bring to your attention the judgment of the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights delivered in the case A and B v. Norway, regarding the issue of tax assessment for taxpayer and criminal prosecution at the same time. In particular, the Court found out upon which conditions such double procedure for sanctions imposition will not be violation of the prohibition rule of ne bis in idem principle.
Is ATO over?
Or “I’ve brought you a package… But I will not give it to you”
YOU ARE BIRDS OF A FEATHER
Every one is free
The right for renewal of terms for appeal vs. res judicata principle
The Supreme Court ordered the first «exemplary» decision in the taxes cases
Updating! The case for “forming a single law enforcement practice” regarding the assessment of the verdict under Art. 205 of the Criminal Code in relation to the director of the counteragent was transferred for consideration of the Grand Chamber of the Supreme Court