(c) a list of all obligations of the parties to the agreement, including all conditions or guarantees; and sometimes the terms of a contract are clear, but one party asserts that the terms do not reflect the actual bargains agreed by the parties. A number of such cases involved GST. In some cases, the terms of the contract are required to ensure that the price is exclusively GST, but one party asserts that the actual agreement is that the price includes GST. In other cases, the opposite applies. In any event, the onus is on the complainant to verify that the contract should be rectified so that its terms reflect the agreement actually reached. NOTE: This memorandum is not a legal document. It contains general information and serves as convenience and guidance in the application of excise law and regulations. If there are any interpretation problems, please contact the legislation or contact the nearest Revenue Canada Excise Office. The Court found that the administrator`s decision not to apply the margina system was not false, let alone reckless, reckless, negligent or in bad faith.  On the contrary, the Court considered the administrator: Emmett AJA stated that the agreement was clearly aimed at moneytech not assuming any liability for the costs, taxes and taxes at issue and that the parties agreed that Mega-top Mentmore should order the repayment of those sums. His Honour noted (at ) that this is a completely understandable commercial provision, although it may be unusual.
9. In the case of a written agreement, the period of the tax obligation is normally the time limit to which the counterparty or part of it must be paid according to the terms of a written agreement. However, under paragraph 1 of paragraph 1 of section 1 of the Act, if an invoice is required before the date of payment under the contract, the consideration is due and the tax is payable on the date of the billing or the date of the invoice, depending on the previous date. If payment is made in advance on any of these dates, taxes are due on the day of payment. His Honour noted that the complainant`s difficulty, based on guarantees, was that there were no documents at any time that recalled the definition of “accounts.” This led to insurmountable difficulties for the complainant. He paid tribute to the lead judge`s finding that the parties had little intention of justifying the veracity of the as yet established accounts, the contents of which were necessarily unknown at the time of the sale agreement. His tribute also noted that there was no evidence that accounts were established as of June 30, 2011. “sale,” with respect to the property, includes any transfer of ownership of the property and a transfer of ownership as part of a property transfer agreement; Since the particular condition says that the expressions used are the meanings of the GST Act, what does it mean to say that contemplation “represents” value? If this were the provision that, for the purposes of the particular condition, the contract review must be the “value” provided for by the GST Act, it would not be consistent with the provision that the defined expressions of the GST Act have the same meaning in the particular condition.