Saturday May 30, 2020

Recently settled Revenue appeal goes to Supreme Court

The Supreme Court is to hear a Revenue appeal about its power to sell jointly-owned homes to settle tax debts, even though the case has been settled.

29th May, 2010

The Supreme Court is to hear a Revenue appeal about its power to sell jointly-owned homes to settle tax debts, even though the case has been settled.

The Revenue said it has about 20 similar cases in the pipeline, and a number of High Court actions which raised the same issue were deferred pending the outcome oft he Supreme Court appeal.

Collector-General Liam Irwin said he had a ‘‘real and material interest’’ in the outcome of...

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