Decision delayed on CIS card case

August 2006
Contract Journal;8/2/2006, Vol. 434 Issue 6586, p44
Trade Publication
This article reports on the move of British deputy High Court judge Andrew Simmonds to delay his decision on a case against HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) until later 2006. His move follows the summing up of both parties in the case of Neil Martin vs HMRC. An overview of the background of the case is given.


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