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Personal Law > Estate/Succession > Estate Correspondence > Information Request Letter - Canada Revenue Agency - Goods and Services Tax (GST)

Information Request Letter - Canada Revenue Agency - Goods and Services Tax (GST)

Letter useful in the case where the deceased held a tax (GST) account number in order to make the necessary verifications with the Canada Revenue Agency...more

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  • If the deceased had an account number for the Goods and Services Tax (GST), you will need to obtain, before being able to proceed with the succession/estate inventory of the deceased's property, all the relevant information from the Canada Revenue Agency with respect to such tax account.
  • This letter can also be used in the case where the deceased received a refund check issued by government authorities and that it could not be cashed before the death of the beneficiary.
  • The information request letter, available on this website, will be suitable for most situations.
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