Disputes with the Internal Revenue Service are heard in the legislative courts known as the ___?
9th letter: R
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
US District Courts are used when people refuse to cooperate with the IRS, such as tax evaders, and individuals who have interpreted the constitution differently than the US court precedents.
There is a specific Tax Court that deals with cases where the IRS says someone made a mistake in their income tax returns, and the tax payer disputes the IRS findings.