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Description In suit for alleged breach of promissory note where defendant claimed that note was extinguished by novation stating plaintiff would write off note on his Canadian taxes, trial court abused its discretion in granting plaintiff’s motion to exclude Canadian tax returns on basis that they were not relevant and fell within privilege accorded to state and federal tax returns.
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