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Rip, Hon. Gerald J., B.A., LL.L.

RIP,HON.GERALD J.,B.A., LL.L.

B. Dec. 7, 1940 in Montreal, Que. S. of Harry Rip and Pauline Karcynel. Ed. at Outremont H.S. (1958); Sir George Williams Univ. (B.A., 1962) and Univ. of Montreal (LL.L., with distinction, 1965). M. Apr. 5, 1970 to Brenda Eilleen dau. of Abraham Saslove (Ottawa, Ont.). One child: Eytan Benjamin. Private Career: Called to the Que. Bar, 1966 and to the Ont. Bar, 1973. Special Ass't to Fed. Min. of Justice, 1967. Practised law: Tax Litigation Section of Fed. Dept. of Justice, 1968-72 and Soloway, Wright, Houston, Greenberg, O'Grady, Morin, Ottawa, 1973-83. Lecturer in Tax Continuing Education, Law Soc. of Upper Canada. Appt'd Judge of the Tax Court of Can., Jul. 18, 1983. Relig.: Jewish Address: Tax Court of Canada, 200 Kent St., Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0M1.


RIP,HON.GERALD J.,B.A., LL.L. Néle 7 déc. 1940à Montréal, Québec.Fils de Harry Rip et Pauline Karcynel. Fit ses études à l'école sec. d'Outremont (1958); l'Univ. Sir George Williams (B.A., 1962) et l'Univ. de Montréal (LL.L. avec distinction, 1965). M. le 5 avr. 1970 à Brenda Eilleen fille d'Abraham Saslove (Ottawa, Ont.). Un enfant: Eytan Benjamin. Carrière privée: Admis au Barreau du Québec en 1966 et au Barreau de l'Ont. en 1973. Adj. spécial au min. féd. de la Justice en 1967. Exerce la profession d'avocat: section du contentieux des affaires fiscales au Ministère de la Justice, 1968-72 et cabinet Soloway, Wright, Houston, Greenberg, O'Grady, Morin, Ottawa, 1973-83. Maître de conférences de l'éducation permanente de l'impôt, Barreau du Haut-Canada. Nommé juge à la Cour can. de l'impôt le 18 juill. 1983. Relig.: juive Adresse: Cour canadienne de l'impôt, 200, rue Kent, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0M1.

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