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Extra taxes in the dock

26 September 2011 / 20:09:08  GRReporter
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In any case, the lawyers warn that the examination of the claims in the Supreme Court does not exempt the citizens from the obligation to pay them. This means that if not paid within the specified term they will be subject to an interest of 1.5 per cent per month. Even if the court rules in favour of plaintiffs, the decision will be valid only for people who have submitted claims within 60 days of receipt of the tax notice. "The court decision itself can not oblige the government to repeal the taxes; it is its decision to cancel them. For good or bad, our tax system is designed this way," they stated.

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