Court decisions

Charity-related court decisions

The Income Tax Act provides for a formal objection process when a charity feels the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) did not interpret the facts or applied the law correctly. If a charity disagrees with the CRA's decision concerning its objection, it has the right to appeal to a court.

Here is a sample of some relevant court cases.

Annulment due to registration with non-charitable purposes and activities

Revocation due to inadequate books and records

Revocation due to non-charitable activities or business activities

Revocation due to undue benefits

Revocation due to partisan political activities

Tax credit-related court decisions

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