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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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The report said that customs duties and evasion fines amounted to EGP 775.7m, of which only EGP 81.3m was collected.
Essam Moawad, head of the anti-dumping department at the Egyptian Customs Authority, said that the cases of evasion included 29 of medical and dietary supplements worth EGP 4.6m.
He is facing four separate counts of tax evasion and is now undergoing trial for failing to file Value Added Tax (VAT) returns for the years 2006 to 2009 where BIR said his liability is P101,819,722.19.
Several recent studies have estimated that rate evasion costs personal lines auto carriers more than $16 billion a year--almost 10% of net premiums written.
Customers who have been identified at the point-of-sale as having committed rate evasion demonstrate that they are a moral hazard.
The tax fraud chapter is also a good "how-to" manual from two perspectives: general strategies used by the government to successfully prosecute tax evasion cases and common defensive positions taxpayers take to avoid being convicted.
There were 683 cases of property taxes and real estate evasion in nightclubs and agricultural land nationwide.
This applies in cases of appealing against decisions regarding taxes due or accusations of tax evasion.
The Ministry of Finance plans to establish new legislative and administrative regulations to help fight customs evasion, according to an official statement issued on 26 October.
Thus, the evasion potential from property tax in Lebanon remains marginal.
Fighting against and preventing tax evasion represents every state's strategic objective.
The increase in the tax evasion results in the increase of the country's tax gap.