Perhaps David or anybody with legal expertise can explain the legal definition of the term
This is in regards to the Disabilty tax credit. Would a letter sent by registered mail asking for an objection be a formal objection, or would it have to be the official form sent to the appeal supervisor at the CRA ?
Thank you all and keep up the good fight for your rights.
A formal objection for the Disability Tax Credit means that you file the official Notice of Objection Form (T400). You can see it discussed on our page about the disability tax credit and you can download the form there as well: https://www.resolutelegal.ca/disability-tax-credit
You may be able to do just a written letter, but I always encourage people to use appeal or objection forms provided by the various government agencies so you don’t miss any of the required information necessary for them to accept the objection or appeal.
Disability Lawyer with Resolute Legal
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