Its founders, Gilberto de Ulhôa Canto and Condorcet Rezende have contributed to the creation of the taxation system in force in the country. Gilberto de Ulhôa Canto was a key member of the Committees that were responsible for the drafting of the projects which resulted in the Constitutional Amendment no. 18/65 and the National Tax Code (Código Tributário Nacional -CTN). It was through these enactments, that for the first time in the Brazilian law general principles and rules governing the legal relations between the tax administration and taxpayers were stablished. With more than 50 years, the CTN has never had any of its provisions declared unconstitutional.
Since then, with the renovation promoted by each generation of professionals, Ulhôa Canto remains as one of the key references in Tax Law in Brazil, participating in significant transactions in several business sectors and representing clients in very complex issues before all the administrative and judicial court levels.
Ulhôa Canto acts, with priority, in the following areas:
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General Contracting Conditions
Money Laudering Prevention, Anti-corruption and Client Identification Policy
Manual of Ethic, Standards and Conducts