WARRANTY AGAINST THE ALTERATIONS OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE DOCTRINES - DEFINITE STAND ON THE VALUATION OF A DE FACTO SITUATION
May only take advantage of the provisions of Article L 80 B of the LPF taxpayers in a de facto situation on which the refered valuation has been made, as well as taxpayers which took part in the action or operation at the origin of this situation, without the possibility for the other taxpayers to refer to a breach of the equality principle to their detriment.
The taxpayer is the one who must justify in front of the judge that he took part in actions or operations giving rise to the de facto situation on which the Tax Authorities took a position (French High Court, June 17, 1996, no. 145594, 9e and 8e s. - s., SA France Sud Diffusion).
Remark: New solution, precising who are the people who can take advantage of a definite stand from the Tax Authorities on the basis of Article L 80 B of the LPF.
This decision is similar to another decision of the Commercial Chamber of the Supreme High Court dated December 29, 1994, no. 2207 P. Indeed, in this decision, the Court agreed that a person taking part in a sale operation may claim for a definite stand addressed to another party to this operation.
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