Date de parutionMai 2024
Nombre de pages586
Code de produit


Loi et Règles de procédure de la Cour canadienne de l’impôt / Portable Tax Court Practice, Act and Rules 2024

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This book is bilingual (English/français).

Portable Tax Court Practice, Act and Rules 2024 is a handbook containing the Act, the Rules and Practice Notes, in a portable version, which will be easy to take to court. Used by tax litigators, this publication provides the rules on how to litigate in Tax Court and is an accompaniment to the Tax Court Practice looseleaf edition.

Key Features:

  • Tax Court of Canada Act and rules
  • Quick Reference tool to use in Tax Court
  • Easy to carry
  • Easy to use tabs indicating statute, rules, and practice information


Gordon Bourgard, B.A., LL.B., LL.M., formerly Senior General Counsel in the Tax Law Services Branch of the Department of Justice, is with the Tax Litigation and Dispute Resolution Group at KPMG Law. The late Robert McMechan, B.A., LL.B., LL.M., Ph.D. was awarded a Ph.D. in tax law at Osgoode Hall, York University. He was in private practice but formerly was General Counsel in the Tax Litigation Section of the Department of Justice and a Senior Rulings Officer for Revenue Canada.

The Late Robert McMechan, LL.B., LL.M., Ph.D. in tax law at Osgoode Hall, York University (June 2012), was a sole practitioner with “AV” practice rating in Martindale-Hubbell and inducted as Fellow of Litigation Counsel of America in 2011. Formerly General Counsel, Tax Litigation Section, Department of Justice and Senior Rulings Officer, Revenue Canada. Co-author of Tax Court Practice© (1990-2012). Speaker for Advocates’ Society, Canadian Tax Foundation, Ontario Bar Association (“Essentials of Tax Litigation”, March 30, 2011) and various other organizations. Tax instructor for Canadian Bar Association Tax Law Course for Lawyers (1995-2012), Law Society Bar Admission Course (1990-2005) and Canada Revenue Agency (2003-2010). OBA Tax Section Executive member (1993-2003) including as Co-chair (2002-2003). His professional corporation website was and he was counsel to HazloLaw, Ottawa, Ontario.