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Issue 4 of IN 15 on exercise of discretion in case of late objection or appeal

24 November 2014   (0 Comments)
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This Interpretation Note provides guidance on the factors that a senior SARS official will take into account when deciding whether to extend the period for lodging an objection under section 104(4) or an appeal under section 107(2).

SARS has released a 4th issue of interpretation note 15, which can be accessed here.


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