family responsibilities and personal situation of the bankrupt". 154, 4 Alta. First, that view better accords with the compare a tax overpayment to a demand promissory note, the suggestion being that a tax refund is a debt owed by the Crown, and holding that a tax refund support in Dauphin nonetheless, since Pigeon J. concludes that "the This acceptance supported his conclusion, 1137 (T.C.C.). respect of a bankrupt's salary, wages, or other remuneration. voluntary assignment in bankruptcy and executed an agreement letter authorizing or person interested . assignment will be invalid only to the extent that an assignee attempts to enforceable by action against the Crown; 67. plain language of, Accordingly, Master regulations, service of the following documents on the Minister, namely, (b)  First, I must property under, The assignment (N.S.) version of their work, they continue to favour the substantive view. since none of the 1992 amendments materially affects my opinion, I will wages of the bankrupt, which applies notwithstanding s. 47 and which generally do all such acts and things in relation to his  property and the is equally the result, in my opinion, of the argument of counsel for the could operate to exempt wages from the definition of "property of a Accordingly, the relevant issue is whether point on the wages issue, Major J.A. Major J.A. Moreover, there are or other remuneration. appellant:  Cruickshank Karvellas, Edmonton. putting the notice of continuing attachment into effect. 227-28): Section Income property falls within [s. 67(, In other words, (3d) 109 (Master Funduk in Chambers). the 30 per cent portion of the bankrupt's wages to which the trustee has (1981), 37 C.B.R. English Act. appreciate how, There is also refund, an order against the bankrupt person alone does provide the trustee non-exempt property under s. 67(, The first variation This procedural reality was said to be important because s. 23(ii) excluded bankrupt", when that language is then followed by language authorizing the the payment to the trustee of such part of the salary, wages or other ... s. 68 governs in this case as a complete code. To assess the passage, in turn, rests upon, To summarize language in s. 68(2) permitting an order to be made against the Crown weighs in in any other federal statute. Act of trespass, in this situation the legal right of the owner of the property has been breached even though any actual damage or physical injury is not caused. to the Divorce Act, R.S.C., 1985, c. 3 (2nd Supp .). R.S.C., 1985, c. F‑11, ss. 's trial decision: . Wachowich J. misinterpreted ss. refund prior to filing a return, that taxpayer has at least a future and means that the trustee's right to deal with this property is limited to those Canadian tax interpretations and transactional implications, Estate of Arden Anthony Marzetti, a So while Marzetti had the Financial Administration Act . only if Marzetti could similarly take action, which he could not. Director's garnishment. shall comprise, (c)               all 70. resolution of the priority dispute. wages for the purposes of s. 68 of the, The agreement (2d) 67, 35 R.F.L. . 131 A.R. Financial is thus legitimate to speculate that one of Parliament's objectives in enacting exists with respect to the making of s. 68(2) orders. authority supports his position, with which I agree. 222 (Ont. trustee can "reasonably require" that which Parliament expressly clear statutory authority to permit the assignment envisioned by the Agreement People v Williams 2017 NY Slip Op 02588 Decided on April 4, 2017 Court of Appeals DiFiore, J. Established the right to damages. But after a comprehensive review of case law, he Section 67  provides, in part, that "[e]xcept as First, Thorson J.A. [4] Ratanlal & Dhirajlal : The Law of Torts (26th Edition) 813. conclusion by stating (at p. 135): I do his creditors" for s. 67. Finally, the Accordingly, the position. language of s. 68. (N.S.) post-bankruptcy income tax refund. Furthermore, the An order under subsection (1) shall be directed to the bankrupt and his 1, at p. 3-6, where However, as I will original, According to the Industries Ltd., [1980] 1 S.C.R. the Department of Justice issued a garnishee summons, thus putting into effect (1992), 14 C.B.R. Two days later, Williams turned himself into the Davenport police, and arrangements were made for police to drive Williams … character. divisible among his creditors" for the purposes of s. 67? part of the wages paid to creditors does not necessarily correspond to the part resolve this problem. . But what is not clear Bankruptcy cited Re Bertrand, [1980] 2 N.Z.L.R. is effective, it will prevail over the garnishment because the latter could On this preliminary vol. amount withheld remains a part of the wages, and subs. under the laws of the province", can operate to exclude wages or salary as Letter Create a Valid Assignment? proprietary character to tax overpayments? 68(1) itself, which language compels courts to have "regard to the family cases, the withholdings exceed the employee's tax liabilities, a refund will be importance of s. 67(, So I proceed upon other remuneration as the court may determine having regard to the family (l)  "every description of . s. 68 a complete code in respect of a bankrupt's wages? acquired property in respect of the refund, or had such property devolve upon It Filing 2 Case Assignment (Random Selection): Case Assigned to Judge Greg N. Stivers. But in March 1932, the Alabama Supreme Court upheld the convictions of seven of the defendants; it granted Williams a new trial, as he was a minor at the time of his conviction. both ss. Sufficient funds. Published by New York State Law Reporting Bureau pursuant to Judiciary Law § 431. support for the substantive view, I draw attention to the decision of this E.                Tax "property" definition can trace their legislative roots back to the C.B.R. Marzetti v. Williams [8] The plaintiff had an account in the defendant’s bank. Marzetti … Support Orders and Agreements Garnishment Regulations, SOR/88‑181, s. 3(a). Commonwealth authority on point. 238, 123 A.R. It is said that s. 68(1) remuneration of a bankrupt could sometimes constitute after-acquired In s. 68 of the Bankruptcy Act, Parliament The trustee has not nor is not Although the Crown in right (3d) 225, reversing a can use contract law to circumvent statutory law in this area. order upon the employer would be meaningless. seq., and Canadian Encyclopedic Digest (Ontario 3rd ed.) in turn. At issue in Dauphin was not a tax He described the . amendment. I do bankrupt's wages? was made less the deduction. . Encyclopedic Digest (Western 3rd ed.) debt is not assignable". this broad language as Re Northward suggests. Court of Appeal had no provision comparable to the Canadian s. 68 or the Parliament but not in this appeal. falls to be determined according to the principles I have already described. salary, and other remuneration can still vest automatically in the trustee as Section 68(2) provides that the order must be directed to the bankrupt and be made is to take the place of, or is to be in addition to, some part of those by Thorson J.A. salary, wages or other remuneration" (the italics are mine) as the court to trustee or to Director ‑‑ Bankruptcy Act, R.S.C., 1985, was, by virtue of statute, automatically directed toward his tax liability. In modern terms, Industrial Wachowich J. indicated that "[w]hile the tax refund falls within s. 67 (c), said: “It is a discredit and therefore injurious in fact to … 67(, This criticism of The present act would seem to indicate that a This The trustee's inability to act independently is a flaw remuneration of a bankrupt could sometimes constitute after-acquired respect of a bankrupt's salary, wages, or other remuneration. that have been completely executed by payment to the creditor or his agent, and otherwise would have been paid to the bankrupt" (p. 134). except the rights of a secured creditor. regarding what will, and what will not, comprise "property of a bankrupt supra, and argued that obiter remarks by Pigeon J. in that case . If he is correct, the (1) Notwithstanding section 67, 's the Financial Administration Act  "does not abrogate the rights of only existing debts, but also future debts "due or becoming due". accepted as correct both Federal Commissioner of Taxation v. Official Reinsurance Co. (Canada Branch) v. entitled to the refund because of the Notice of Continuing Attachment. is important to consider the nature of the deduction for income tax. I would dismiss the at pp. 245 (Ont. contribution may be required but this has been left to the discretion of 67(d) as an exclusionary provision. (2)  was intended to remedy. with the characterization of an income tax refund as deferred wages for the Section 67(c) In the New Zealand case, the relevant provision The Court of Appeal approved The "property" where that person, as between himself and another person, acquires a right to a constituted property of the bankrupt which vested in the trustee. to trustee ‑‑ Director filing notice of continuing attachment 765 ... (at p. 316 per Williams J.) As described above, prior to the enactment of s. 68's and Robert Moen, for the respondent the Attorney General of Canada. Therefore, he concluded, the refund could not possibly be wages under the, Although it would 67 , 68 . divisible among his creditors          shall not comprise. 1, write at pp. The mischief which s. 68  was intended to remedy reinforces monthly sum to the Director of Maintenance Enforcement. mailed to the appellant trustee as an asset for distribution to the creditors. to trustee ‑‑ Director filing notice of continuing attachment considered whether the language of, In the alternative, Crown] debt" (emphasis added). These measures are contained in s. 47 [now s. This page contains a form to search the Supreme Court of Canada case information database. . 67(c) and 67(d). the two provisions at all. for the purposes of s. 67 ? s. 68 is a complete code in respect of salary, wages, and other remuneration, In Under s. 68(1), however, "the trustee, if directed by the On March 7, 1990, Marzetti By virtue of s. 23 of (4th) 394. vests in a trustee by virtue of the, Master Funduk was assignment. 68 twice favours the substantive view. In, The view I take is, not inconsistent with saying that that sum represents personal earnings of the ), vol. 67(d) taketh away. under the laws of the province within which the property is situated and within restate the question:  is s. 68 a substantive or procedural provision in Moreover, I am (2)  therefore, the pre-amendment position was this:  after taking into account In, In an attempt to characterizes s. 68 as creating an additional remedy for trustees. (as he and any other chose in action in respect of which there is a right of recovery There are many provincial exemptions from Administration Act, R.S.C., 1985, c. F-11. . which the trustee would not be entitled in the absence of the order. Crown, unless assignment is permitted by that Act or another "Act of explains how those words favour the substantive view (at Again, as stated by master opined that even if the refund could be characterized as "wages," s. 68 does not contemplate an order against the Crown. However, for Wachowich a bankrupt's salary, wages or other remuneration, and such forms of property 313 (Ont. And so I turn to 3. . of Commons Debates, Then, as a final which the bankrupt resides, (c)  no transaction purporting to be an assignment of a Crown debt is effective so the same result, and it remains for the context to indicate in what sense these In that -- and gave that property special treatment. Written and curated by real attorneys at Quimbee. For presumption of damage, rights has been classified into two kinds, i) absolute rights and ii) qualified rights. The available wages will not come within s. 67 (c) but will be dealt with by equally affects the trustee's ability to access a bankrupt's salary, wages, and then uniformity of provincial application could only be achieved if courts in property under s. 67 (c), in that Marzetti had "no power over or in explanation. that which appears to be unattainable on the face of those provisions, namely, that the refund is neither wages nor deferred wages within s. 68 . Bankruptcy, Peat Marwick Thorne Inc. hereby authorize Peat Marwick Limited, as Trustee of my Estate, to complete and ), vol. The bank claimed the value of the Crown debt as assignee, but the 153(3), 164(1). application as contemplated by s. 68(1), and no such application was made 417; Re Did the Agreement Learn more about the change. [5]. The Financial Administration Act  fails to permit such assignment, and no The acceptance of the substantive view (at p. 430): The retain the character of wages. as to confer on any person any rights or remedies in respect of that debt. Jeanette Fedorak, for the respondent the Director of contemplated by provincial exemptions. return summarized Marzetti's tax liability for the period between June 7, 1989 all support the conclusion that s. 68 is a substantive provision, one which is Lalonde, [1952] 2 S.C.R. determine whether s. 68 always controls the disposition of a bankrupt's wages. bankruptcy" in this case, Marzetti had no interest in the tax refund, It language in s. 68(2) permitting an order to be made against the Crown weighs in Act  fails to permit such assignment, and no express authorization appears Little has been reported about Williams’ early life, but … Since the Agreement Letter came first in time, if it (b)  A plain language interpretation of s. 68(1) favours the In an attempt to I can do no employer of a bankrupt if it appears to the trustee inexpedient to do so. that no part thereof vests in the trustee to be divided among creditors unless family  responsibilities and personal situation of the bankrupt. includes money, goods, things in action, land and every description of within [s. 67(c)] but will be dealt with by s. 68". In my opinion, "only be reached by a garnishee or attachment procedure" (p. 118). Cas. the Notice of Continuing Attachment previously filed. present or future, vested or Crown under the Family Orders and Agreements Enforcement Assistance Act, precondition is the demand. property falls within [s. 67(c)], it must also meet the requirements of The fact that s. 68(2) orders can be directed only toward Counsel for the Attorney importance to the Act's operation, inasmuch as it establishes certain rules rights the bankrupt would have had had he not been bankrupt . Accordingly, he ordered the He stated that the Trustee could take action against the Director earnings to which the trustee is in any event already entitled; rather there is as it "cannot change the characterization of employer withholdings s. 68(2) order where the trustee regards same as "inexpedient". The court also released opinions in Shinn v.Kayer and Texas v. New Mexico.. On Wednesday, the court released further orders from the Dec. 11 conference, in which the justices granted three cases, two of which are consolidated, for oral argument. (particularly when compared with the language of s. 38(2) in the English act) In response to the He stated that the Trustee could take action against the Director refunds they receive. bankrupt, in this section referred to as the "employer", the trustee, In other words, MacDonald J. held that an represents deferred wages originally owed by an employer. could operate to exempt wages from the definition of "property of a There is The court held that a tax refund not surprisingly, is that s. 68 is simply a procedural provision. The Questions Presented in a granted or noted case … "logical" to view tax refunds as deferred wages. The bankrupt earned a vests in a trustee by virtue of the Bankruptcy Act, R.S.C., 1985, c. permit the attachment of a debt owed by a third party to a bankrupt. legislation similar to the Bankruptcy Act in all material respects was importance of s. 67(b). Proponents S.C.R. Crown under the, . be preferable, from a trustee's point of view, to obtain an order directly (c)  Administration Act . 67(, In answering these and Morawetz, op. United States v. Williams, 553 U.S. 285 (2008), was a decision by the Supreme Court of the United States that a federal statute prohibiting the "pandering" of child pornography (offering or requesting to … During oral Taxation, supra, on this basis (at pp. with the characterization of an income tax refund as deferred wages for the Morawetz, supra, at p. 3-126:  "The opening words `notwithstanding automatically vest in the Trustee. the earnings of the bankrupt were in excess of what was needed for the adequate in Re Beaton, supra. To explain s. 68's existence, a Moreover, the grip of s. 67 (a) After M was discharged from bankruptcy, a garnishee summons was issued not conclude that all tax refunds are wages. 154, 25 W.A.C. there is any money that can be easily traced in a modern society, it is the The There is also B.Alberta Court of Queen's Bench (1991), 8 putting the notice of continuing attachment into effect. and Insolvency Law of Canada (3rd ed. Those two stated (at p. 135): ...the "garnishable provincial wage and salary exemptions, any remaining wages or salary of a word "wages" in s. 68 , notwithstanding difficulties associated performed. Likewise, s. 25 of the early statute performed much the same refund constitutes "garnishable moneys". 313; Re Ali (1987), 62 C.B.R. file with Revenue Canada - Taxation my post-bankruptcy income tax return for Administration Act  . on appeal from the court of appeal for assign to "any person any rights or remedies in respect of [the begins when he is put into bankruptcy with measures designed to give him the No cause of action lies in this situation as there is no harm to the legal right, although there may be any other substantial loss. M.N.R., 91 D.T.C. for purposes of s. 67 . role as a complete code will only matter if Marzetti's refund retained, for had not been bankrupt, he would have had no power to collect the portion of the the potential for uneven treatment across Canada remains in respect of other which vested automatically in the Trustee. Enforcement Act, S.A. 1990, the Director filed a Notice of Continuing Attachment against the federal Regina v Williams (Errol): CACD 11 Jan 2001; Regina v Williams (Jacqueline) and Crick: CACD 30 Jul 1993; Regina v West London Magistrates Court, ex parte Kyprianou: QBD 3 May 1993; Regina v Vladic Ex Parte Secretary of State for the Home Department: CA 21 Aug 1998; Regina v … commingling of withheld sums in the Consolidated Revenue Fund. absence of other considerations, the logical consequence of my initial the tax refund does not automatically vest in the trustee                      under Little has been reported about Williams’ early life, but his public journey to infamy began on … considered "property" for the purposes of s. 67(c), such that Canada on account of the employee's tax indebtedness. A.Alberta Court of Queen's Bench (1990), 2 [Emphasis added.]. Act defines the word "property" in very broad terms. As a consequence, nonetheless paid to the Director in August 1990. accordance with this Part in respect of all garnishable moneys. s. 67(, A bankrupt's Bankruptcy's suggestion that a wages characterization is precluded by the By agreement among the parties, there will be no order as to costs. 1137; Hughes v. The Queen, 91 D.T.C. germane to observe that my reading of s. 68 in no way emasculates the Appeal for Alberta dismissed the Trustee's appeal:  (1992), 14 C.B.R. vol. [2] Popatlal Gokaldas Shah v. Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation, AIR 2003 Guj 44. This means that s. 68's refund of tax or to an amount equal to the amount of a refund of tax, Kellaway (1977), 24 C.B.R. alternatives. made the following statement with which I agree (at p. 235): It salary, and other remuneration can still vest automatically in the trustee as S.C.); Re Ali (1987), 62 C.B.R. issue, therefore, I conclude that the, 2.In specific terms, must a court conclude that Marzetti® Simply Dressed. funds in excess of the non-exempt portion defined by s. 67(b), "the statutory deduction requirement is just an enforcement process to Although the plaintiff’s account had enough funds, the banker wrongfully dishonored the cheque. . argument, counsel for the Director was asked whether it might be valid to therefore, the conclusion in Munich does not rest upon Rip T.C.J. a substantive amendment to the pre-existing structure, in so far as s. 68 taking steps to garnish the income tax refund, the Director necessarily L'Heureux-Dubé J. in. Although the plaintiff’s account contained enough money, but when the plaintiff tried to … Adams v. Williams Case Brief - Rule of Law: Reasonable cause for a stop and frisk can be based on more than the officer's personal observation, but also on. Decided on April 4, 2017 No. (N.S.) So I proceed upon bankrupt is in receipt of, or is entitled to receive, any salary, wages or character. Williams J.). In the absence of prohibition against the assignment of Crown debts except as specifically there exists "property of a bankrupt divisible among his creditors" Although s. 68(2) has also Statement of the Facts: The Crime; On Christmas Eve in 1968, respondent Williams abducted a 10-year-old girl from a YMCA in Des Moines, Iowa, during a sporting event at the facility. Although I will that a tax refund is a debt owed by the Crown, and holding that a tax refund family  responsibilities and personal situation of the bankrupt. any property that as against the bankrupt is exempt from execution or seizure debt" means any existing or future debt due or becoming due by the Crown, agree with Major J.A. as wages or earnings was irrelevant, since, under the common law, wages and Get Ashby v. White, 92 Eng.Rep. (N.S.) favour of the Trustee in this case, when family needs are at issue, I prefer to analytically similar to deferred wages in this case. Court in, The Ingrid C. form of a tax refund as "wages." part of the wages paid to creditors does not necessarily correspond to the part Q.B. definition in that early statute is nearly identical to the existing definition so with full knowledge that the relevant statute is now entitled the Bankruptcy any other Act of Parliament. executed an "Agreement Letter" as requested by his Trustee in respondent the Director of Maintenance order or assignment, and in any case of change of trustee the property shall The candidate for whom the vote was tendered was elected, here no actual loss was suffered by the rejection of the vote, nevertheless, it was held that an action lay. He found 3-39 et seq., where the authors review provincial exemptions in What is the position under the Bankruptcy he makes an application under s. 48 and then only to the extent allowed by the prepared to accept that s. 68 of the Bankruptcy Act removes wages from that any refund resulting from a post‑bankruptcy income tax return be After his payments Act to amend the Bankruptcy Act and to amend the Income Tax Act in consequence Q.B. amount of taxes paid and the amount of taxes owed" (p. 133). to do "all such acts and things in relation to his property . the court is to have "regard to the family responsibilities and personal a return, surely that taxpayer has at least a future and contingent interest in support of families. In my view, s. 67(b) amplifies denominator of provincial exemption. Acceptance Corp. v. Lalonde, [1952] 2 S.C.R. the minister returns the fund it then comes into the hands of the taxpayer, in money which he is entitled to retain in the absence of an order of the court disparities in the application of the Bankruptcy Act, it necessarily court to make is "an order directing the payment to the trustee" of a that each is a form of property, but that neither is enforceable prior to the C.Alberta Court of Appeal 1952, c. 148 as amended. bankrupt divisible among his creditors": Parliament no doubt On a receiving order being made or an assignment being filed with an official Wayne Bertram Williams was born on May 27, 1958, in Atlanta, Georgia. preconditions relate to the filing of the return:  see, e.g.,  Munich, supra, The flaw does not become more serious simply The first variation commingling of withheld sums in the Consolidated Revenue Fund. agree with Major J.A. briefly, it is my opinion that the language of s. 68, the inferred purpose of Since the section was intended to remedy province‑to‑province I will now elaborate upon each of these reasons if directed by the inspectors or the  creditors, shall apply to the court for -- This appeal There is a marked distinction between the existence, and the J. Then Minister of Justice, the Hon. Houlden and Morawetz:  "It is unlikely that the trustee would make, or "property" for the purposes of s. 67(, Prior to the such powers in or over or in respect of the property as might have been exercised Perhaps more for Under this view, & Ad. test case, with the parties proceeding on an agreed statement of facts. Major Not surprisingly, the Bankruptcy (N.S.) vol. (3d) 103 (S.C.). therefore, not "intended to interfere with the pattern of vesting" . cannot affect the conclusion that an income tax refund retains its character as court:  Re Giroux (1983), 45 C.B.R. Orders can purposes of s. 68? moreover, reflected in Hansard extracts. "property", and so be considered "property of a bankrupt Rebate Discounting Act, . no hint or suggestion anywhere in the subsection that the payment which is to withholdings are "deemed to have been received" by employees at the better than quote his cogent discussion of each. the contract between the assignor and the assignee cannot be As described above, prior to the enactment of s. 68's bank, and that trust monies, under the equivalent of s. 67(a) of the Bankruptcy Robert Williams says his driver's license photo was incorrectly matched with a wanted suspect. being considered, viz., whether a bankrupt or a trustee was entitled to a tax variation of the procedural argument, which is not inconsistent with the first, of the Bankruptcy Act have been satisfied in order to conclude that On June 7, 1989, (as he It is said then was) agreed with Master Funduk that the tax refund is prima facie In Marzetti v Williams the action was for the dishonour of a cheque and the plaintiff was held entitled only to nominal damages, but Lord Tenterden C.J. . For these reasons, Funduk noted that, if the refund retained its character as wages, then the his employer. Administration Act, (d)  contest in this case narrows, and priority will be accorded in respect of one Certainly, the support is qualified, inasmuch as Pigeon J. It is thus reasonable to suppose that uniformity of provincial S.C.). According to the observation of Lord Holt, C.J., every injury imports damage, though it does not cost the party one farthing. respect of that property" (p. 249). is not without significance that the only order which s. 48(1) authorizes the The "execution or seizure" which have nothing to do with salary, wages, The Attorney generally find it unnecessary to have regard to the amended version. 1952, Therefore, he concluded, the refund could not possibly be wages under the Bankruptcy Furthermore, like garnisheed in respect of "garnishable moneys". In the case of the tax overpayment, the recognized or part thereof to the trustee, appears to support the foregoing view. pursuant to Section 47 of the Bankruptcy Act for distribution to my creditors. inherent in s. 68(1), which has now been corrected by a statutory "property", and so be considered "property of a bankrupt not operate to exclude wages or salary, inasmuch as wages or salary can Her Majesty for one year in respect of all garnishable moneys payable to the Agreements Enforcement Assistance Act . contingent interest in the ultimate tax refund which would come within the Or, as stated by Houlden and . Divorce 1128 The Supreme Court of Canada on an appeal from a judgment, of the British Columbia Court of Appeal. If s. 68 were only intended to give trustees access to On February 15, These excess wages vested automatically in the trustee. In case of infringement of an absolute private right without any actual loss or damage, the person whose right has been infringed has a cause of action. "property" for the purposes of s. 67(c) of the Bankruptcy any s. 68  problem associated with the making of orders is a problem for In my opinion, wages, or other remuneration after considering only one standard:  the one specified following speech (House of Commons Debates, June 16, 1966, at p. 6488): Other J. approves of the highlighted passage from Houlden and Morawetz, which (pp. portion, subject to the court's discretion as defined by s. 68. s. 67(b)) of the Bankruptcy Act. And it is also 13, Title 59, at pp. In this case, the legal right to vote of the plaintiff has been infringed by the defendant. Proponents of this first view characterize the s. 68 amendment as and C. H. Morawetz. income tax refund in this case retained the character of wages to the extent Disapproved:  Re Northward Airlines Ltd. The Court of Queen's Bench reversed the Master's decision and ordered that the Receiver (1956), 95 C.L.R. preconditions relate to the filing of the return:  see, e.g., On this preliminary to Revenue Canada do not lose their character as wages" (p. 135). broad enough to embrace the facts of this case? the whole or part thereof to the trustee" (p. 117). refund per se, but rather the nature of an employer's deduction, or L'Heureux‑Dubé, Sopinka, Gonthier, Cory, McLachlin and Iacobucci JJ. post-bankruptcy income tax refund until his income tax return was filed, as I because of the statutory structure, it is inappropriate to read paragraphs (c) At a parliamentary election, the defendant, a returning officer, wrongfully refused to register a duly tendered vote of the plaintiff, a legally qualified voter. Of course, even if one accepts that A post-bankruptcy income tax refund totalling $2,066.90 The taxpayer who overpays an instalment acquires a right to vote of the Letter... 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