The Lucio Tan tax evasion case

Lucio Tan escapes a Ps25.3 billion tax evasion case by the letter of the law. A step by step review of the case.
 

Internal dissent

The BIR confirmed that while the protest was still with the BIRÆs Appellate Division, Commissioner Chato insisted on filing a tax fraud complaint with the DOJ against the advice of the BIRÆs own Appellate Division.

On August 4, 1998, Tan filed a motion for reconsideration, which prayed that the DOJ panel should instead resolve his October 14, 1993 motion.

As you may have noticed, throughout this legal battle, Tan keeps going back to one theme that the DOJ resolve his October 14, 1993 motion...

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