The Resource British renew objection to U.S. "John Doe" summons of Bank of America's overseas records

British renew objection to U.S. "John Doe" summons of Bank of America's overseas records

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British renew objection to U.S. "John Doe" summons of Bank of America's overseas records
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British renew objection to U.S. "John Doe" summons of Bank of America's overseas records
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Summary
This article deals with the British Government opposition to the IRS demand for production of records maintained in tax haven countries that are protected by secrecy laws. The author outlines British Government efforts against US violation of international law, especially in the case of the Cayman Islands, pointing out the British Government's interest to stress bank secrecy laws supremacy over enforcement interests of the IRS
Citation source
In: Tax Notes International. - Vol. 4 (1992),
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Turro, J
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English
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  • bank secrecy
  • exchange of information
  • international law
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British renew objection to U.S. "John Doe" summons of Bank of America's overseas records
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TaxNint
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British renew objection to U.S. "John Doe" summons of Bank of America's overseas records
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TaxNint

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