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Digitaal procederen in het belastingrecht: gevolgen voor de fiscale procespraktijk

Digitaal procederen in het belastingrecht: gevolgen voor de fiscale p

Digitaal procederen in het belastingrecht: gevolgen voor de fiscale procespraktijk

26.02.2018 NL law

Als gevolg van de KEI-wetgeving wordt digitaal procederen in het belastingrecht straks verplicht. In deze bijdrage bespreken Reinout de Boer en Tirza Cramwinckel de wijzigingen die de nieuwe regels meebrengen voor de fiscale procespraktijk.

Hoewel de fiscale procedure niet fundamenteel wijzigt, heeft een en ander wel belangrijke gevolgen voor de wijze waarop de fiscale procedure in de praktijk zal verlopen. Zo rijzen vragen als: hoe kunnen stukken worden ingediend? Wat als de digitale systemen net voor het einde van de termijn haperen? Wat betekent digitalisering voor de zitting? Ter illustratie komen ook enkele voorbeelden van de eerste KEI-rechtspraak uit andere rechtsgebieden aan de orde. Digitaal procederen bij de belastingrechter biedt voor professionele procesvertegenwoordigers voordelen, maar er zijn ook aandachtspunten — van praktische en meer principiële aard.

Dit artikel is gepubliceerd in het Weekblad fiscaal recht (WFR) 2018/28. 

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