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EVASION. A subtle device to set aside the truth, or escape the punishment of the law; as if a man should tempt another to strike him first, in order that he might have an opportunity of returning the blow with impunity. He is nevertheless punishable, because he becomes himself the aggressor in such a case. Wishard, 1 H. P. C. 81 Hawk. P. C. c. 31, Sec. 24, 25; Bac. Ab. Fraud, A.
     2. An escape from custody.

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In a note to commercial banks, the apex bank said that they need to check whether their customers are innocent of tax evasion. Suspicious clients can be refused an account, the bank said.
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Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo made the remark after Ressa confirmed on Sunday that an arrest warrant has been issued against her due to multiple tax evasion cases filed by the government.
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Summary: Bank Audi said Wednesday that the Lebanese authorities can close the country's fiscal gap if they combat tax evasion, which the bank estimated at $5 billion.
Tax evasion is one of the major problems facing developing (Fuest and Riedel, 2009) and transition economies (Pirttila, 1999).
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