Call us now 647-528-1586
Going forward Samir will handle all tax appeals for our clients. Samir is the founder of Chhina Law where he heads the firm’s Real Estate & Litigation Practice. Samir specializes in Real Estate and Civil Litigation. He has represented clients on a wide array of matters and has acted on cases before all levels of Court in Ontario. His practice encompasses real estate, business law, and commercial litigation. I
If you would like Mr. Chhina to represent you, we welcome you to him personally.
Please note that We do not in any way act on Mr. Chhina’s behalf. We also do not accept any service on his behalf either.
Please call us to make an appointment with Mr. Chhina at 647-345-5759 for all types of tax-related matters."
You need to file an appeal within 90 days of the date that appears on your Notice of Assessment
You may apply for an extension of date to file an appeal within one year after the Notice of Assessment is issued
You may go back several years and adjust your tax returns, a new Notice of Assessment will be issued either rejecting or accepting your request. The date of this assessment will be the relevant date with regard to filing an appeal.
There are exceptions to the rules, talk to a lawyer about dates