The U.S. Tax Court is unique in many ways. It has its own rules and the rules do not always comport with the rules that apply in other Federal courts. One example is that a party cannot just “non-suit” a case in tax court. A non-suit is the process of simply dismissing an action that… Continue reading The “Non-Suit” in U.S. Tax Court Cases
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