In most tax disputes that are headed for the Courts the taxpayer will have a formal decision from HM Revenue & Customs: that decision can then be appealed to a Tax Tribunal created especially to hear a dispute of that type. Time limits and rules of procedure apply.
However, there are some circumstances in which an appeal to a Tax Tribunal is either not possible or does not provide the taxpayer with the solution needed. A claim in Judicial Review to the High Court may be needed in the following circumstances –
When selecting your lawyer for this type of claim you ought to ask the following two questions –
The answer you receive to both questions ought to be ‘yes’.
For assistance in the area of Judicial Review Claims please email or telephone 07460 005 769.
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