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Article Date:
March 2007


Word Count:
143

 

 

You Lose When You Answer Late


As part of pretrial activity, the IRS asked Dr. Tedde Rinker to admit that gross receipts from her medical practice were $120,531.1 The rules of the court required a response within 30 days. Because she failed to respond within the required time, the court deemed that Rinker admitted to the assertions in the IRS request. Dr. Rinker’s lawyer did eventually file a response to the IRS request for admission, but that response was late.

 

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