War claims deadline postponed

Claims may be submitted on indirect damages incurred during the fighting from July 12 to August 14.

By DANIEL KENNEMER
November 1, 2006 07:10

 
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The deadline for submitting claims on indirect damages caused by the fighting in the North has been postponed to December 31, granting prospective claimants a two-month extension, the Israel Tax Authority said Tuesday. Claims may be submitted on indirect damages incurred during the fighting from July 12 to August 14. According to existing property tax law, claims were to have been submitted within three months of the day in which the damage was caused.

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