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Lesson From The Tax Court: Forms Follow Function In Return Filing

Law is often a mixture of form and function. Formalist rules help create order and certainty but sometimes do so at the expense of justice and meaning. Discerning and following the function or purpose of the law may create juster outcomes but sometimes do so at the expense of certainty....
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